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First Indigenous judge appointed to Australian supreme court
Courts 2022-05-27 11:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

Silk Lincoln Crowley has been appointed by the Queensland premier as the first Indigenous judge of an Australian supreme court. Crowley QC — a criminal […]

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Labor wins court order for removal of ‘fake’ Greens election signs
Courts 2022-05-20 1:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Australian Labor Party has won an emergency court order for the removal of allegedly misleading how-to-vote signs at polling stations in the closely watched […]

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Independent Monique Ryan to bring court action for COVID-positive voters
Policy and Regulation 2022-05-19 10:31 pm By Christine Caulfield

Popular independent candidate Dr Monique Ryan — who is contesting Josh Frydenberg’s seat of Kooyong — is lodging legal action for tens of thousands of […]

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‘Deeply concerned’: Scott Morrison’s attack on barristers earns ABA rebuke
Business of Law 2022-05-10 12:06 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The nation’s peak body for barristers has lashed out at Prime Minister Scott Morrison for saying he has “never had much truck” with barristers during […]

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Judge overseeing fraud trial of former Guy Sebastian manager dies
Courts 2022-05-09 1:53 pm By Christine Caulfield

The NSW District Court judge presiding over the criminal trial of Guy Sebastian’s former manager, Titus Day, has died suddenly. Judge Peter Zahra, 66, suffered […]

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Federal Circuit judge resigns after investigation of misconduct
Courts 2022-05-05 9:54 pm By Christine Caulfield

A recent appointee to the Federal Circuit Court has resigned after an investigation in response to claims of misconduct made by a third party. A […]

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Silk for Deutsche Bank in failed ACCC case elevated to NSW Court of Appeal
Courts 2022-03-30 5:01 pm By Christine Caulfield

The senior counsel for Deutsche Bank in its sucessful defence against the ACCC’s landmark cartel case is one of three new judicial appointments in NSW. […]

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High Court judges to undergo yearly training in sexual harassment
Courts 2022-03-29 10:48 pm By Christine Caulfield

The High Court’s judges will undergo annual group training in harassment, bullying and discrimination in the workplace following the findings of an investigation of former […]

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Anti-vax lawyer loses appeal of suspension for encouraging COVID-19 rule flouting
Coronavirus 2022-03-28 4:13 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has upheld the Council of the NSW Law Society’s decision to ban a solicitor for making posts from his firm’s social media accounts […]

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Independent candidate Zoe Daniel wins fight against council over yard signs
Courts 2022-03-23 6:20 pm By Miklos Bolza

In a victory for Victorian independent candidate Zoe Daniel, the state’s Supreme Court has found that promotional signs displayed on lawns did not fall foul […]

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