Digital assets and law reform

The NSW Attorney-General calls upon the Law Reform Commission to assess whether a legal framework for accessing digital assets is needed.

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A plea for humanity

Cindy Wockner recounts the final hours of Australian drug traffickers Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan and explains why she is campaigning for the death penalty…

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Crushing waves

A devastating cancer diagnosis forced lawyer, wife and mother Lillian Leigh to re-evaluate her priorities and to cherish each and every moment.

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Is this the new normal?

Is there a danger that too many anti-terrorism laws in Australia could take essential freedoms away?

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Tough work at the coalface of change

Human rights defenders across the world are fighting for gender equality.

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They call it ‘tabloid’ for a reason

Media reporting on crime in the Information Age is problematic, but what can be done about it?

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Time for change

Justice Derek Price AM, the Chief Judge of the District Court of NSW, calls for an overhaul in the way solicitors and prosecutors work in…

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Will we legalise euthanasia?

Former NSW Director of Public Prosecutions NICHOLAS COWDERY explores why dying with dignity is still not legal in Australia.

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A dignified ending

NICHOLAS COWDERY QC, a former NSW Director of Public Prosecutions, says it’s time to change the law about voluntary assisted dying,

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I am not a resource. I am a human being.

Referring to lawyers as “resources” rather than acknowledging and investing in them as talented human beings is the scourge of commercial law firms, writes an…

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