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New South Wales has passed its voluntary assisted dying bill. What lessons can be learned from other states as we approach implementation?

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The human right to shelter: can the law help?

Stay-at-home orders enforced during Sydney’s 2021 COVID-19 lockdown highlighted the disparity faced by people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness.

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Lessons on vicarious trauma and wellbeing from a Royal Commission

Solicitor Anna Verney, who worked at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse writes the Commission’s approach to vicarious trauma and the…

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Over the Uber rainbow

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

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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…

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After the whistle is blown: protecting employees who speak out

Sweeping changes are proposed for Australia’s whistleblower laws. But do the changes go far enough?

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A healthy practice

Alexandra Jones is passionate about using public health law to improve the lives of others.

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Cultural connections

Combining elements of his old and new homes underpins the success of Australia’s first practising Portuguese lawyer.

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The art of justice

Terri Janke’s passion for protecting the rights of Indigenous artists helped her develop a thriving law career.

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