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law council launches national security committee

Law Council launches National Security Committee

The Law Council of Australia has established a National Security Committee to guide its advocacy on the operation of Australia's laws, policies and practices as the domestic and global security environment evolve. "For the entirety...
appointment of judges to fcfcoa

Appointment of judges to FCFCOA

The Law Council of Australia commends the Attorney-General, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash for prioritising appointments to and resourcing of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCOA). "Congratulations to Peter Campton SC and...
urgent action needed to address ageism

Urgent action needed to address ageism

On the International Day of Older Persons (1 October 2021), the Law Council of Australia is calling for stronger protections for the human rights of older persons, including increased efforts towards an international Convention...
freedom of information changes go too far

Freedom of Information changes go too far

On the International Day for Universal Access to Information, the Law Council of Australia has expressed concern the COAG Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 extends Freedom of Information (FOI) exemptions too broadly and without adequate...
anticipation grows for australian war memorial expansion

Anticipation grows for Australian War Memorial expansion

The Australian War Memorial has installed a large-scale banner on the fence at the front of its site, facing Anzac Parade. The graphic banner shows what the proposed new Southern Entrance and upgraded Parade Ground...
stolen generations redress scheme must provide just reparations to survivors

Stolen Generations Redress Scheme must provide just reparations to survivors

In its submission to the Senate Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee's Inquiry into the Territories Stolen Generations Redress Scheme Bills, the Law Council of Australia has outlined suggestions designed to ensure the draft...
on the eve of 11 september…….. we remember

On the Eve of 11 September…….. We Remember

TWO DECADES ON........ It's been nearly two decades since September 11, 2001, and just 60% of the people who died that day have been officially identified and returned to their loved ones. For most of us,...
novel teaching tech earns unisa scientist tall poppy award

Novel teaching tech earns UniSA scientist Tall Poppy award

​A novel approach to digital data and an excellence in learning analytics has secured UniSA's Dr Vitomir Kovanović a Young Tall Poppy Science Award in this year's prestigious accolades. A Senior Lecturer at the University of...
south yarra nurse, anita fitzgerald, named among top in australia

South Yarra nurse, Anita Fitzgerald, named among top in Australia

South Yarra's own, Anita Fitzgerald, was recognised in Australia's leading nursing agency's Inaugural Caring for You Core Values Awards last Friday. The virtual event took place on Friday, September 3 and was attended by the...
concern that recommendations to add crucial safeguards to surveillance bill were ignored

Concern that recommendations to add crucial safeguards to surveillance bill were ignored

The Law Council of Australia is concerned that the Surveillance Legislation Amendment (Identify and Disrupt) Bill 2020 as passed today, did not adopt key recommendations of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security...