IT’S concerning that the Abbott government is walking away from its promise to repeal the law that sent Andrew Bolt to court.
THE traditionally fat profit margins of London’s leading law firms are facing a squeeze.
WITH each day the likelihood increases that the AFP will pay a price for last week’s raids on Seven West Media.
EVER since the Andrew Bolt case, the Racial Discrimination Act’s limits on freedom of speech have been the subject of debate.
NSW court reporters have urged the state’s barristers to demand the government abandon its plans to outsource court reporting.
MERCEDES Corby wants to know whether Australian Federal Police took documents that were not covered by a search warrant.
THE company’s local branch is set to expand.
US and Australia law groups defer to national security.
THE justice system must endure spending cuts like the rest of us.
TONY Abbott has declared the nation’s top court will not be spared from cost-cutting measures imposed by Labor last year.