The Chris Dawson verdict – explained

25,000 people watched on this Wednesday, via the Supreme Court of NSW’s live stream, as Justice Ian Gordon Harrison returned a guilty verdict in the murder trial of Chris Dawson. Over a five-hour period, Justice Harrison explained his reasons for convicting Dawson, elaborating on the culmination of circumstantial evidence that ultimately led his Honour to […]

The effects of the Queen’s death in the legal industry

Since the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September 2022, numerous changes in the United Kingdom and Australia took immediate effect. As a Commonwealth country, Australia’s legal industry was impacted by Her Majesty’s passing (and King Charles III’s ascension to the throne) in a number of ways. Straightforward and administrative changes in […]

Director of Public Prosecutions’ position contrary to transgender human rights

Earlier this month a woman was granted bail from the ACT Magistrates Court after being charged with 72 child sex-related offences against her younger sisters in Canberra between 2006 and 2013. They include 24 charges involving incest, 4 charges of sexual intercourse, 4 charges involving choking  and 34 charges of committing acts of indecency either […]

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