COVID-19 has dramatically affected the graduate experience for young lawyers, but what does it mean for their future?
The legal profession has experienced a lot of ups and downs since the outbreak of COVID-19. It’s a mixture of camaraderie and concern as the…
Many of the most severe restrictions imposed in the COVID-19 pandemic relate to overseas arrivals and border control. Currently, the most fatal cluster of cases…
With cruise ships in international limbo around the world, our expert investigates the tension between States’ rights and the humanitarian needs of passengers and crew.
A helpful guide to the Federal Government’s ‘economic lifeline’, the JobKeeper program.
NSW courts have readily embraced technology to continue to deliver justice. However, even in a pandemic, there will be limits to the use of technology.
With prisoners at greater risk than the general population from COVID-19, habeas corpus is considered as a remedy for the release of vulnerable prisoners.
With COVID-19 adding an extra complication to the lives of many families, how are families to approach their family law issues during this time ?
Reporting and analysis of the latest judgments and news in wills & estates and elder law. By DARRYL BROWNE.
Never before have Australians seen laws that limit freedom and civil liberties to the extent the new COVID-19 social distancing measures do. The restrictions have…