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Criminal Law NSW Noticeboard – February 2017 – When evidence of exculpatory statement is wrongly left as an admission; Fairness of the summing-up
The Criminal Law NSW Noticeboard is your one-stop-shop for criminal law news as it occurs. With rapid updating by District Court Judge, Martin Blackmore, the Noticeboard keeps you apprised of all of the latest legislative and case developments related to the practice of criminal law in NSW. For a more detailed look into these and other criminal law matters, Criminal Law ...more
The subject of gender equality has been a hot topic in the media with recent coverage on state and national programs to tackle the bias in the legal profession. The question of why so few women appear before the High Court, and why even fewer have speaking roles has been raised by Professor George Williams ...more
Template Sets, or Document Suites, are a powerful function in Contract Express, where it is possible to generate multiple documents from one Questionnaire.
The openness of the internet has allowed it to thrive, but the flipside is that with that freedom and ease of access, a person with malicious intent can easily damage the reputation of your firm, and your practitioners. Therefore, reputation management is of paramount importance for lawyers who rely on their good standing to not only maintain, but to also generate new business.
The latest issue of The Australian Law Journal features special articles on the retirement of The Hon R S French AC, the 12th Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia. See below for a preview of this special edition, with subscriber links through to the full-text on Westlaw AU. Illustration: Simon Fieldhouse Sections: Current ...more