Duty of care to prospective beneficiary under a will? Badenach v Calvert

A solicitor approached to draft a will does not always owe a duty of care to a prospective beneficiary. By ABBEY BURKE.

The latest from the High Court: July 2016

Reporting and analysis of the latest key judgments from the High Court of Australia. By ANDREW YUILE.

The cost of not communicating

A solicitor’s responsibility has always been to provide clear and timely advice to assist the client in understanding the legal issues so as to make…

An emergent duty of care owed by Australia to asylum seekers?

The Minister for Immigration owed a duty of care to a refugee at Papua New Guinea by reason of the salient features listed in Stavar:…