Robertson O'Gorman encourages emerging leaders - Robertson O'Gorman Prize in Criminal Law 2020

Robertson O’Gorman is a proud sponsor of the University of Queensland Law School. Each year the law…


Terry O’Gorman AM awarded QLS President’s Medal

Robertson O’Gorman Solicitors are delighted to announce, Senior Consultant, Terry O’Gorman has been…


Robertson O'Gorman Solicitors, leading criminal defence firm is pleased to welcome Linda Cho to the team!

Robertson O'Gorman Solicitors, leading criminal defence law firm is pleased to welcome Linda Cho to…


FIVE ACCREDITED SPECIALISTS

Robertson O’Gorman Solicitors now has five accredited criminal law specialists.   As the…


CORONAVIRUS, THE LAW AND COMPLIANCE WITH SELF-ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE RULES

CORONAVIRUS, THE LAW AND COMPLIANCE WITH SELF-ISOLATION AND QUARATINE RULES We are all well aware…


Searching people | A review of NSW and Queensland Police search powers

The search practices of the New South Wales Police Service have come under scrutiny following a…


Statistics and the Jury: The numbers don’t always add up

In my days prior to becoming a lawyer I profess that I was a sucker for all things Law & Order.…


Human Rights Act Part 4: Case example: Police powers and exclusion of evidence – DPP v Kaba [2014] VSC 52

This is the fourth blog in our Human Rights Act series, looking at the case of DPP v Kaba[1]…


Human Rights Act - Part 3: Case example: Bail – Gray v DPP [2008] VSC 4

Case example: Bail – Gray v DPP [2008] VSC 4 This is the third blog in our Human Rights Act series,…