News & Current Affairs

By Erin Taylor

26.06.20

Dear Keyboard Warriors, please actually read this blog before you comment

It is the culture of privilege, the unconscious bias and culture of acceptance that has been at the core of the Black Lives matter protests and the public rhetoric. I have been horrified…

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By Caitlin Holloway

19.06.20

Freedom of political communication vs a health crisis: weighing up matters of public interest

The tragic death of George Floyd in custody in the United States has sparked widespread protests throughout the world. The protests, in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, have come at a…

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By Satomi Hamon

05.06.20

ABORIGINAL LIVES MATTER: Black deaths in custody happening in our own backyard

There has recently been an outpouring of support in the Australian media for the American Black Lives Matter movement. This is in response to the horrific death of George Floyd, who died after…

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By Peter Woodhouse

15.04.20

Jubelin’s convictions show no one is above the law

You would be forgiven if you missed the news that disgraced former NSW detective, Gary Jubelin, was convicted of 4 charges of breaching the Surveillance Devices Act last week, what with the barrage…

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News & Current Affairs

By Minuri Dharmasena

02.04.20

Coronavirus and corporations – temporary relief for affected companies (or should that be infected?!)

The global COVID-19 pandemic is causing chaos in more ways than one. The impact on the economy has been disastrous and Australian companies, particularly small to medium businesses are really feeling it. Amid…

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By Peter Woodhouse

18.03.20

Covid-19: A message from our Partners

Whilst we are continuing to provide exemplary legal advice and representation, as normal, Aulich is committed to the health and wellbeing of our clients and staff. Further, as a business, we need to…

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By Carley Hitchins

06.03.20

Christmas Island or Jail – what’s worse? At least there’s toilet paper.

Australia’s biosecurity laws After the first human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus in Australia,  Attorney-General, Christian Porter, has made clear the government will have no hesitation in exercising the pre-existing but as yet unused coercive…

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Criminal Law  .  News & Current Affairs

By Peter Woodhouse

01.02.20

Big Brother is watching… or at least ACT Policing are.

Earlier this week the ACT Government and Chief Police Officer were collectively beating their drums about improvements to the ACT Closed Circuit Television (“CCTV”) network.  Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been pumped…

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News & Current Affairs

By Peter Woodhouse

11.12.19

The interview with Lawyer X

As the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants in Victoria continues, Lawyer X – Nicola Gobbo, took to the airways in a secretive interview on ABC’s 7:30 on Tuesday night. If…

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By Ben Aulich

06.12.19

Freedom of Speech – even if the speech is stupid

It sticks in my craw to hear that fanatically religious footballer said in the media yesterday “Wiv today’s acknowledgement and apology by Rugby Austraya we have been vindicated”. He’s just too stupid to…

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