Blak letter Queen

Alison Whittaker’s newest anthology of poems, Blakwork, tells the story of how modern Australia was built on the back of Indigenous labour.

Eyes on the ball

Australia’s number one FootGolfer Joshua Ackland shares his sporting journey ahead of the 2018 FootGolf World Cup in Morocco.

Walking on the wild side

Law graduate Rhiannon Beach set up Canberra’s first dog walking and day care business, Pups4Fun, in 2008 to help fund her part-time university degree. Ten…

Legal moves BASS Queens

In the lead-up to a competition, bhangra dancer and young lawyer Harsimran Kaur has a frenetic routine: work, dance, eat, sleep, repeat. It’s a tough…

Going for a song

For legal secretary Amy Pes, singing and song writing is a powerful antidote to the everyday stress of work.

A haven of hope

Shocked to learn about the rates of domestic violence in her own backyard, Sharon Levy of Bartier Perry is doing what she believes lawyers do…

Legally binding

Carly Brown had a successful legal career at the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. But then she decided to become a part-time marriage celebrant….

In harmony

For ABC lawyer Sebastien Maury, singing offers a creative outlet that balances the demands of working on copyright and defamation issues.

Taking on the heat

Solicitors Stefan Briggs and David King visited Morocco on April 2018 to run a 250km ultramarathon to raise money for Giant Steps, a school for…

A performer with balance

Musician, conductor, stand-up comic, chess player, mentor, cyclist, world traveller … Peter Godkin finds time for so much more than law outside his busy career.