In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Government’s Plan to Criminalise Cash Payments Has Been Defeated
Scott Morrison’s proposal to create four criminal offences involving the use of cash payments has been defeated in the Senate.
The NSW Local Court Practice Note for Criminal Proceedings Part 2: Vacating Hearings, AV Links, Mental Illness and Media Recordings
Lawyers Support Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Corruption
World Moves Closer to Cannabis Decriminalisation
Berejiklian’s Drug Depenalisation: A “Modest” Step Towards “Inevitable” Decriminalisation
High Court Rules that Refugees Can Hold Dutton to Account: An Interview with Lawyer George Newhouse
Controlling the Discussion: Peace Campaigner Jacob Grech on the Brereton Report
What is a Biosecurity Emergency Declaration in Australia?
The federal government will seek a further three month extension of its emergency public health powers.
The Dungay Family Call on the NSW Premier to See Charges Laid
Gamil Means No: An Interview With Gamilaraay Next Generation’s Ian Brown
Young Gomeroi people are leading the charge against Santos’ Narrabri Gas project.
The Law, Defences and Penalties for Sexual Assault in New South Wales
The Offence of Advocating Terrorism in Australia
Boycott Global Brands With Forced Uyghur Labour in Their Supply Chains
At least 82 global brands have benefited from China’s forced Uyghur labour program.
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