A SYDNEY woman has succeeded where former Federal Court judge Marcus Einfeld failed.
JULIA Gillard's cabinet reshuffle has left Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus fending off conflict-of-interest claims.
The National Children's Commissioner has warned the remanding of juveniles in custody is being used as a form of welfare.
FORMER federal A-G Robert McClelland will not be appointed to a NSW judicial position, saving Labor from a by-election in his Sydney seat.
BE careful what you wish for. In its efforts to respond to requests for more and better continuous disclosure guidance, ASX's new Guidance Note 8 update throws up new issues for listed entities.
ANOTHER international firm, Bird & Bird, has gained a presence in the Australian marketplace through an alliance with Sydney's Truman Hoyle.
THE passage of the Evidence Amendment (Evidence of Silence) Bill this week marks a sad occasion for the system of criminal justice in NSW.
THE nation's leading watchdogs on civil liberties have identified structural flaws in the Public Interest Media Advocate.
DYSON Heydon insisted that "compromise is alien to the process of doing justice according to law".
THE NSW Law Society today launches an online service aimed at smoothing the career paths of solicitors.