Legislating against coercive control: The Hear Her Voice Report

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Restricted prisoner declarations – a flagrant breach of human rights by Dan Rogers

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Child murderers and serial killers could be denied parole for decades under new Queensland laws

Child murderers and serial killers could be denied parole for decades under new Queensland laws…


Senior Consultant, Terry O'Gorman awarded the Law Council of Australia President's Award

Senior Consultant Terry O'Gorman has been awarded the Law Council of Australia President's Award. A…


Part 3: Appeals Process in Queensland - Should Queensland adopt a second right of appeal? by Ella Scoles

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Part 2: Appeals Process in Queensland - Other jurisdictions and judicial interpretation by Ella Scoles

Part 2: Appeals Process in Queensland - Other jurisdictions and judicial interpretation Our first…


Dismissal of Charges Based on Unsoundness of Mind or Unfitness for Trial by Linda Cho

Dismissal of Charges Based on Unsoundness of Mind or Unfitness for Trial Magistrates have the power…


Part 1: Appeals Process in Queensland - Introduction, History and Queensland Process by Ella Scoles

Part 1 of a 3 part series explores the Appeals Process in Queensland.  In this blog, we look at the…


Who is “the occupier” of a vehicle under section 129(1)(c) Drugs Misuse Act 1986 (Qld)? by Hannah Pugh

Who is “the occupier” of a vehicle under section 129(1)(c) Drugs Misuse Act 1986 (Qld)? “The…


Proposed changes to Blue Card laws: Are they necessary? by Remy Kurz

Proposed changes to Blue Card laws: Are they necessary? I have previously written about endemic…