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Thomson Reuters welcomes Deborah Holliday, the new author for Summary Offences Queensland and newest contributor to Indictable Offences Queensland. Deborah Holliday was admitted as a barrister in Queensland in 1994. She has a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Bond University and worked for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (Queensland) for 24 years. Before ...more
Greg Stilianou has come on board as the new contributing author for Land Titles Office Practice NSW, a leading reference text to the practice of the New South Wales Registrar-General in administering property legislation. A Senior Solicitor at Land and Property Information (LPI) at the Government of NSW for over nine years, Greg has a range ...more
Beginning October 2015 with the release of Part 1 of Volume 248, the Industrial Reports will feature authorised decisions of the Industrial Court Queensland and the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. As authorised law reports, the ICQ and QIRC decisions published in the IR will act as the definitive version of each specially selected case, preferred ...more
Meet new Victorian Courts author Sandra Karabidian and read about what she has to say to executors of deceased estates
We are excited to welcome new author Sandra Karabidian to our Victorian Courts service! Sandra is joining our General Editor, Gerard Nash QC, and authors John Leung and Fiona Cameron, to drive content enhancements to Victorian Courts. Sandra is a barrister at the Victorian Bar. In addition to her commercial practice she has a specific interest in ...more
Barrister Nic Angelov, co-author of the Traffic Law NSW book that is now in its 16th edition as well as the Motor Vehicle Law NSW service, was recently interviewed for the Law Report on ABC Radio National on the topic of random breath testing. Nic Angelov, who specialises in traffic law cases, spoke on the checks ...more