We talk to the Australian Law Reform Commission’s President about the organization’s funding cuts. How effective will Australia’s first national security legislation monitor really be? And was Osama bin Laden’s death a perversion of justice?
Tag Archives: rule of law
Sniffer dogs – salvation or intimidation? Commander Donna Adney of the Surry Hills police station gives us her views on sniffer dogs, and know your rights with the Young Lawyers.
The first civilian makes it onto the CIA hit list. Is the lack of clarity in occupational health and safety laws fueling a growing compensation culture? And goodbye Nauru and East Timor. The High Court challenge by asylum-seekers that has politicians worried about the legitimacy of off-shore processing.