THE Attorney-General, George Brandis, has not wasted any time in looking to make his mark on potential law reform.
IT seems the business of royal commissions will ensure no lawyer in Australia is left idle.
THE criminal laws banning racial violence have been too narrowly drawn and should also prohibit incitement to racial hatred.
THERE'S a pressing need to adopt a selection process that avoids accusations of political bias.
GRAEME Kirk knows the feeling of being at the wrong end of the law.
UPHEAVAL in the Australian legal market is causing anguish for law students.
THE uniform profession bill is unwieldy, overly complex and will save little money, according to NSW's former legal watchdog.
THE new legal oversight body is in need of a chair .
A report measures the amount of work done by pro bono lawyers.
A barrister turned judge has been honoured for his work.