The case that changed me – Nathan Eastwood

Nathan Eastwood, Senior Associate at Clifford Chance, practises in the area of international arbitration and is a member of the firm’s global disputes team. He…

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Six minutes with Melinda Upton

Melinda Upton, former co-managing partner of DLA Piper Australia, is the newly appointed Chair of Minds Count Foundation. She tells LSJ why mental health in…

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Six minutes with John Weir

John Weir is a partner at Pennicott Weir Lawyers and an accredited specialist in criminal law. After a lifelong interest in the intersection between mental…

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The case that changed me – David Rolph

David Rolph, Professor at the University of Sydney Law School, is considered the leading academic expert in Australia on defamation law. Rolph tells us how…

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Six minutes with Alice Mantel

Alice Mantel is an experienced lawyer and adviser on the challenges that many women encounter during retirement. She talks about family law, homelessness, and why…

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Six minutes with Chief Justice Will Alstergren

Chief Justice Will Alstergren leads the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court. As 2020 brings a fresh review into the workings of the high-stakes…

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The case that changed me – Pauline Wright

Pauline Wright, President of the Law Council of Australia and Principal lawyer at P J Donnellan & Co, tells how a case of domestic violence,…

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North Korea: a human rights disaster lost in the dark

Two North Korean defectors shine light on the dark state of affairs in their country.

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Six minutes with Michael Bradley

MICHAEL BRADLEY is Managing Partner of Marque Lawyers, as well as a columnist and writer. He has just published his first book, Coniston, a true…

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Lunch with Terry Sheahan

Terry Sheahan retired as a judge of the NSW Land and Environment Court in August. His two decades on the bench came after a long…

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