Youth Koori Court: Making a difference to young Indigenous offenders

With its recent expansion, it is timely to take an inside look at how the Youth Koori Court works and what makes it so successful.

Seven questions before the Voice can be heard: Learning from the past

The consultation and discussions around a Voice have been going on for close to seven years, but many basic questions remain unanswered.

Black letter law*

An exploration of how a black letter application of the Bail Act can command fairer outcomes for First Nations people.

The need for culturally appropriate wills for Indigenous Australians

Culturally appropriate wills and how they can be tailored to meet the unique needs of Indigenous clients.

Lunch with Sonja Stewart

The new CEO of the Law Society of NSW is the first Indigenous person and the first woman to hold the position in the organisation’s…

Best practice standards for representing Aboriginal clients

Legal Aid’s helpful guide provides guidance on issues impacting representation of Aboriginal clients.  

What does it mean to be an Aboriginal child when it comes to adoption?

Recent NSWCA decision expands the definition of ‘Aboriginal child’.

Financial regulation and a vulnerable Indigenous community

High Court gives the green light to controversial ‘book-up’ system. By TALITHA FISHBURN.