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Joint statement by US Attorney-General Merrick B. Garland and Australia Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus
Proposed SA sentencing laws for sex offences will result in injustice
Hate speech review a positive first step to broader reform
ZFA statement on ICJ case against Israel
What Could Australian Republic Look Like?
Bangladesh parliamentary elections
Multinational Mission’s Deployment Critical to Restoring Rule of Law in Haiti, 2653 Sanctions Committee Chair Tells Security Council
International Anti-Corruption Day 2023
National Security Information Act must have sufficient regard to open justice
2024 Law Council of Australia Executive
Contributions honoured at Gala Dinner
Rushed legislation requires urgent review
Panelists: Democracy depends on free, healthy press
Liberty, equality and proportionality must not be overlooked in response to High Court decision
Memo Labor: Don’t let Peter Dutton write immigration detention laws again
APS Values: one rule for us, another rule for them
Extension of punitive tariffs on Russia
Joint Leaders Statement to mark the second anniversary of AUKUS
Accountable governance requires effective FOI
BCA President Tim Reed Annual Dinner speech
McGowan’s opposition to Palmer projects now clear
Will the rise of the robots be the end of the lawyers?
Judgement Day: Will rise of robots be end of lawyers?
UN expert: South Africa must tackle crude legacy of environmental racism and toxic exposure
Visit to United States 10 August
Call to States to reinvigorate access to justice for all
Professions must adhere to professional and ethical standards
Briefing on the Secretary-General’s new Vision for the Rule of Law
The time is now to strike anti-Pacific racism from New Zealand law
HMAS Anzac conducts Exercise Lumbas 2023 in the Philippines
UN Human Rights Chief concerned at attempts to undermine electoral process: Guatemala
Comment by UN Human Rights Chief Volker Türk on military takeover in Niger
New Zealand’s maritime territory is 15 times its landmass — here’s why we need a ministry for the ocean
Aboriginal judge for ACT Supreme Court
Law Council seeks amendments to the National Security Information (Criminal and Civil Proceedings) Act 2004 (Cth)
Türk to visit Brussels 19-20 July
UN expert concerned by proceedings against Judge Carlos Giovanni Ruano: Guatemala
Security Council: Sudan
UN expert welcomes efforts to repatriate, reintegrate and prosecute nationals returning from Syria and Iraq: Germany and North Macedonia
A/HRC/53/31: Reimagining justice: confronting contemporary challenges to the independence of judges and lawyers – Report of the Special Rapporteur on the independence…
Flawed algorithm at heart of Robodebt
Law Council concern regarding arrest warrants issued for Hong Kong pro-democracy activists
Situation of human rights in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela – Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: A/HRC/53/54
Human Right Committee Opens One Hundred and Thirty-Eighth Session
UN expert: Crucial to “reimagine” access to justice
UN experts call for States to uphold absolute prohibition of torture in armed conflict
High Commissioner addresses regional meeting on transitional justice: Chile
Appointment of Justice Bromberg as President of the Australian Law Reform Commission