The end of the line for the war on drugs?

The war on drugs hasn’t worked and it’s time to change our approach, say experts. Research in NSW shows increasing support for treating illicit drug…

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The tipping point: Are vaccine passports our ticket to ride?

A ticket to freedom or a rubber-stamped restriction of our rights? As the debate rages about mandating vaccinations or incentivising those who get the jab…

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Wide open spaces

The city lawyers opting for a COVID-change to the country.

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Deadly Diversions

Care not cages: Deadly Connections is a community-led program showing Indigenous kids a future beyond bars.

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Lessons in leadership: Ryley Batt

The last 12 months have been immensely challenging for all Australians. LSJ looks beyond the legal profession to unearth valuable leadership lessons from those shining…

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Lessons in leadership: Shane Fitzsimmons

The last 12 months have been immensely challenging for all Australians. LSJ looks beyond the legal profession to unearth valuable leadership lessons from those shining…

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Lessons in leadership: Grace Tame

The last 12 months have been immensely challenging for all Australians. LSJ looks beyond the legal profession to unearth valuable leadership lessons from those shining…

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The bounce back

As the world continues to grapple with the fallout from COVID-19, many of the state’s small law firms have been quietly booming.

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Pork barrelling: past its use-by date?

It is a practice more than a century old. But as Australia grapples with the standards of behaviour inside Parliament House, has the public’s patience…

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Justice in arms

Trial by media or open justice: what will be the legal fallout of the Brereton Report?

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