ICAC and some of its top former officers face a two-week civil trial accused of misfeasance in public office.
Rights are being eroded and the war for free speech is being waged on a number of different battlegrounds.
Lean years among private practice and corporate law firms have come to an end, the annual Mahlab survey finds.
Child welfare advocates say the use of force by guards against children is acceptable as long as it is “reasonable”.
Maurice Blackburn admits that a High Court ruling means consumers have no recourse over late fees without legislation.
Indian businessman Pankaj Oswal told staff at Burrup Fertilisers the company had to foot bills for his Perth mansion.
The use of spit hoods is permitted in at least three jurisdictions.
Children locked up in the NT’s juvenile detention system were allegedly subjected to torture-like treatment.
Peter Fray has urged the media to make a joint effort to prevent journalists being forced to reveal their sources.
Does the advocate make a difference? No, judging by how the High Court handles special leave applications.