Pandemic policing: The impact of COVID-19 fines on the justice system

As NSW continues to emerge from the pandemic, and the Government focuses on a return to “business as usual”, thousands of people across the state…

A vaxxing issue: parenting disputes over vaccination of children against Covid-19

In parenting disputes regarding whether to vaccinate a child against Covid-19, a primary consideration is whether the decision will be in the child’s best interest.

Workers compensation: psychological injuries arising out of COVID-19

Covid-19 has had a significant impact on the NSW workers compensation scheme and not just in claims by workers who contracted the disease.

Grounded Kiwis win court case against NZ quarantine

While Australian courts have been inclined to side with public health authorities, NZ’s highest court has won a rare challenge

Destination office

Hybrid work is here to stay. So, what physical changes should firms make to offices to realise its full potential?

What’s changed and what’s working? An analysis of the post-COVID justice system

The Law Society of NSW has released exclusive research into how solicitors of NSW feel about changes to legal work through the pandemic.

$52 million boost to NSW legal assistance sector

These 14 organisations have been named to share in a $52 million funding boost over four years from the Commonwealth Government.

Courts learn to live with the virus

Physical courtrooms have started to make a comeback for 2022, after a turbulent start to the year amid a surge of Omicron cases across NSW.

Smell a RAT? AFP to investigate price gouging

Individuals and businesses caught hiking up the price of COVID-19 rapid antigen tests (RATs) will face fines and prison time, the Australian Federal Police (AFP)…