By Peter Woodhouse


COVID-19: The wheels of justice continue to grind, just a little slower.

Courts have announced a number of restrictions on civil and criminal matters in the past few weeks as a result of the outbreak of COVID-19 and the need to implement social distancing. Whilst…

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By Ben Aulich


Breast milk baristas and other antics – A day in the life of Aulich

A recent article we published on our blog last Thursday, written by one of our partners, Erin Taylor titled “Aggressive misogynism” has generated a lot of feedback. Much has been very positive. It…

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By Erin Taylor


Aggressive misogynism – what does that even mean?

A bit of a change up for our blog this week. Rather than a post about proposed changes in the law or an analysis of recent Court decisions, we’ve decided to post a…

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By Carley Hitchins


I’m only here for the democracy sausage

If you needed more of an incentive than a democracy sausage to vote tomorrow, unless you have a ‘valid and sufficient’ reason, a failure to vote in a federal election can result in…

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News  .  Criminal Law

By Satomi Hamon


Trial by Media NOT a Fair Trial

‘Trial by media’ is a phrase that gets tossed around ever-increasingly, particularly as a result of the rise and rise of social media.  In essence, it refers to the commercial and social media…

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By Monica McGrath


Trekking Kokoda for Eating Disorders

Over 11 years ago, Jacqui lost over half of her body weight. She was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, she was 19 years old. Jacqui was studying at university, popular and seemingly had everything…

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