Restorative Justice Series – Part 2. Juvenile Sentencing Principles

Restorative Justice Series – Part 2. Juvenile Sentencing Principles The first instalment in this…


Restorative Justice Series - Part 1. The Context: Youth Justice and the "Youth Crime Crisis"

Restorative justice series – The Context: Youth Justice and the ‘Youth Crime Crisis’  The…


Criminal Lawyers Beware! – Cellebrite downloads can be compromised

Criminal Lawyers Beware! – Cellebrite downloads can be compromised Cellebrite downloads of mobile…


Legislating against coercive control: The Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce

In March 2021, the Queensland Government established The Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce (‘the…


An analysis of the Bill Cosby decision by Ella Scoles

Yesterday the world learnt that Bill Cosby’s conviction for three counts of aggravated indecent…


To record or not to record – is there a question?

Should the ODPP electronically record proofing conferences with prosecution witnesses? The ruling…


QLS Proctor article on Terry O’Gorman AM: President’s Medal recognises a leader in criminal defence and civil liberties

John Teerds, Editor,  writes about a highlight of last week’s Legal Profession Dinner being the…


JUDGE FOR YOURSELF (TRAFFICKING CHARGE)

On 15 February 2021 our Principal, Dan Rogers, lead a ‘Judge for Yourself’ session at Calamvale,…


HIGHLIGHT: Frequently Asked Question - I have to go to Court, what's going to happen?

Dan Rogers is the Principal and Legal Director at Robertson O'Gorman Solicitors. He is an…