Facing off with a social media giant

Meet the Sydney lawyer who is front and centre of a possible class action against Facebook for breach of privacy.

‘LSD saved my marriage’

Harvard Law graduate and former US Public Defender Ayelet Waldman may be the last person you would expect to be using acid.

Finding freedom beyond the bottle

Many lawyers will relate to Talitha Cummins’ story. The former Channel Seven newsreader graced Australian screens for 16 years, but behind the shiny façade she…

When the earth is your client

From Goondiwindi to the European Union, Dominique Doyle has dedicated her career to combating what she calls the “ticking time bomb of climate change”.

Saving and securing access to justice: a plan for Community Legal Centres

NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman says the state government has accepted key findings of the Cameron Review of community law centre funding.

What slant should the law take on ‘scandalous’ trade marks?

A recent ruling by the US Supreme Court regarding a potentially scandalous trade mark raises the issue of how such a case might be addressed…

It takes a village

Former Federal Circuit Court Judge Robyn Sexton talks about the case of a country NSW family that inspired her to set up Australia’s first Indigenous…

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.

Over the Uber rainbow

As head of Uber’s Asia Pacific legal team, Katrina Johnson is helping the high-profile company create the future.

A lifetime in the law

The Hon Sir Anthony Mason AC KBE GBM QC reflected on 70 years of work in law in an address to the 2017 Law and Justice…