Whistleblowing and the high cost of speaking up

Three men are presently before Australian courts charged with revealing information about the inner-workings of government agencies or the conduct of our armed forces. Such…

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Respect@Work: What’s it going to take?

Will the Government’s Respect@Work response be enough to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace ?

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Super fund underperformance in the rear-view mirror

Is the government’s plan to tackle underperforming super funds a backward step?

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Progress at last, but are we headed for a Claytons Commission?

A compelling analysis of the long awaited Commonwealth Integrity Commission Bill.    

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Trump, RBG, Barrett: Lessons from a juridico-political battleground

A fascinating look at the very public US Supreme Court appointment process & how it compares with the very private process for our High Court.

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The case for a new tort of cyber harm

Keeping pace with technology and why we need a new tort specifically for digital privacy breaches.

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Defamation reforms: Much Ado About Not Much

An opinion piece on the contentious New South Wales defamation reforms.

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Why Bernard Collaery’s case is one of the gravest threats to freedom of expression

Why Bernard Collaery’s case is one of the gravest threats to freedom of expression.

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‘Unlawful’ and ‘indefensible’: Murray-Darling Basin Authority receives damning report card

RICHARD BEASLEY SC delivers a scathing report of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority’s ‘unlawful’ and ‘incomprehensible’ mismanagement of the Basin.

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