Law Updates

By Minuri Dharmasena


Not so casual workers: Full Federal Court on casual employees’ entitlements

If you are one of the 2.6 million casual workers currently employed in Australia, you may be entitled to more than you bargained for! In a decision handed down on 20 May 2020,…

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Law Updates

By Peter Woodhouse


High Court quashes Pell’s convictions and acquits of all charges

In one of the most awaited decisions in Australian legal history, the High Court of Australia, by a unanimous decision of all 7 judges, have today quashed the convictions of Cardinal George Pell…

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Law Updates

By Olivia Huntington


It’s the constitution. It’s Mabo. It’s the vibe…

A win for Indigenous people – but will the Department of Home Affairs find a way around the recent decision of the High Court? On 11 February 2020, the High Court handed down…

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Civil Law  .  Law Updates

By Alexis Currier


What will the changes to CTP mean for Canberrans?

With the changes to CTP Laws in the ACT expected to commence on 1 February 2020, it is integral that motorists understand what these new changes will mean for them if they are…

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