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  1. The last warning shot: family violence and strangulation2019/03/12
    Strangulation is sometimes fatal, often causes permanent injury and is a strong predictor of future violence and death. What are the current laws and strategies in place to deal with strangulation in family violence cases?
  2. Witness X revealed and journalist awarded damages for work related PTSD2019/03/05
    Veteran journalist John Silvester discusses underworld lawyer Nicola Gobbo who has been revealed as a police informer. And in a world first, a Victorian judge has awarded damages to a former Age journalist who suffered PSTD while working as a crime reporter.
  3. Cardinal George Pell jury verdict revealed2019/02/26
    Australia's most senior Catholic cleric, Cardinal George Pell, has been found guilty of multiple child sexual offences.
  4. Victorian Sentencing Council reports on animal cruelty. The law and ethics around tissue donors for sick siblings2019/02/19
    The Victorian Sentencing Advisory Council has released a report that shines a light on Victorian animal cruelty offenders and the sentences they receive. And Dr Shih-Ning Then's new book explores the ethics and legal issues around tissue donors for sick siblings.
  5. Employers in Victoria and Queensland jailed over workplace deaths. And NSW court ruling on proposed Rocky Hill coal mine2019/02/12
    Two employers sent to jail for breach of OHS laws. Climate change takes front seat in NSW court.
  6. The final report of the Banking Royal Commission. Also, a Queensland worker gets compensation for injury after a smoko break2019/02/05
    How well has the Banking Royal Commission served the interests of consumers? Also on the program in Queensland the Industrial Court has ruled that a former employee of McDonalds who broke her leg during a break is entitled to Workers Compensation.
  7. How effective is the coronial system?2019/01/29
    When a death is not straight forward, a coronial inquest can play a crucial role in addressing unanswered questions and it can also make recommendations that might prevent future fatalities. But how well does our coronial system serve the needs of grieving families?
  8. Beaming prisoners into courtrooms; the pros and cons of Audio Visual Links2019/01/22
    In recent years there has been an explosion in the use of Audio Visual Links (AVLs) between prisons and courtrooms. This development has been welcomed by many prisoners, but some don't like being 'reduced to a bunch of pixels'.
  9. Should dead men become fathers?2019/01/15
    In the age of Artificial Reproductive Technology extracting sperm from dead men is possible, and it happens more often than you think.
  10. Calls for transparency around the use of solitary confinement in Victorian prisons2019/01/08
    The Jesuit Social Services report, All Alone - Young Adults in the Victorian Justice System, calls for radical reforms around the use of solitary confinement.
  11. Economic abuse in violent relationships2019/01/01
    A collaboration between a Victorian community legal centre and a family violence support service addresses the financial fall-out that often comes when escaping a violent relationship.
  12. Disputes between neighbours over trees are as common as they are personal, and can get so bad that some property owners sell up to avoid conflict.2018/12/25
    Poisonings, uprootings and court stoushes: the toxic world of neighbourhood tree disputes.
  13. Hiring and firing by an automated system2018/12/18
    Is it possible to be hired or fired without any human interaction? Meet the man who was fired by an automated system.
  14. Man feels burdened by 'not guilty' verdict2018/12/11
    Thirteen years after a violent brawl at a warehouse party led to the death of a partygoer, the two men charged with his murder give their version of the events of that night. One accused served 13 years in jail, the other was found not guilty, but remains burdened by his role.
  15. Why do some young Australian Muslim men choose extremism? 2018/12/04
    Families of extremists speak-up over terror warning signs.
  16. Dissecting the Eastman retrial2018/11/27
    ABC Canberra court reporter Elizabeth Byrne describes the twists and turns of the jury trials of David Eastman. The recent retrial found him not guilty of the murder of AFP Assistant Police Commissioner Colin Winchester.
  17. The world's only nationwide prison radio station2018/11/20
    National Prison Radio, the world's first national 24 hour radio station produced by and for prisoners beams into all jail cells across England and Wales.
  18. The Federal Government's Indigenous Procurement Program. Also Israel Supreme Court.2018/11/13
    How effective is the Indigenous Procurement Program? Who is benefitting? And a leading Israeli civil rights lawyer warns that the 'democratic space' in her country is in danger of shrinking.
  19. Beaming prisoners into courtrooms; the pros and cons of Audio Visual Links2018/11/06
    In recent years there has been an explosion in the use of Audio Visual Links (AVLs) between prisons and courtrooms. This development has been welcomed by many prisoners, but some don't like being 'reduced to a bunch of pixels'.
  20. Are our Crimes Confiscation laws fair?2018/10/30
    Western Australia's Attorney-General John Quigley recently announced a review into the state's Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 saying there are some cases that are 'harsh to the point of being unjust'.
  21. Tertiary students in the courts2018/10/23
    Most students, at some point are disappointed by an academic result, but how far would you go to get a better grade?
  22. Questions over social housing plan in Victoria and research into social drug suppliers2018/10/16
    Victoria is rebuilding its public housing, but could existing public housing tenants become worse off? And new research explores what we know about small time 'social' drug dealers and raises questions about how the law should deal with them.
  23. Law Report 9th October 20182018/10/09
    Anti-abortion protesters face High Court. US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh sworn in.
  24. Law Report 10th October 20182018/10/02
    Families of victims in the 911 attacks and crash of flight MH17 are pursuing legal action over their deaths.
  25. Should dead men become fathers?2018/09/25
    In the age of Artificial Reproductive Technology extracting sperm from dead men is possible, and it happens more often than you think.
  26. Alan Jones defamation ruling. And why XX won't face a re-trial for murder2018/09/18
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  27. Calls for transparency around the use of solitary confinement in Victorian prisons2018/09/11
    The Jesuit Social Services report, All Alone - Young Adults in the Victorian Justice System, calls for radical reforms around the use of solitary confinement.
  28. Economic abuse in violent relationships2018/09/04
    A collaboration between a Victorian community legal centre and a family violence support service addresses the financial fall-out that often comes when escaping a violent relationship.
  29. MP Peter Dutton's parliamentary eligibility; The Justice Project Final Report; The first Chinese-Australian barrister2018/08/28
    Analysis of Peter Dutton's parliamentary eligibility under Section 44(v), some of the recommendations of the Law Council's Justice Project Final Report and the first Chinese-Australian barrister
  30. Electronic monitoring in the criminal justice system2018/08/21
    In Australia around 1,000 people are wearing electronic monitoring ankle bracelets as a condition of either parole, bail, home detention or extended supervision orders. Do they deter further crimes and how reliable is the technology?
  31. Is it possible to be hired or fired without any human interaction? Meet the man who was fired by an automated system.2018/08/14
    Meet the man fired by an automated system.
  32. South Australia's workers compensation legislation treats psychiatric and physical injuries very differently. Also a look at the latest Currency Press Platform Paper on the welfare of performance artists2018/08/07
    Workers compensation for psychiatric injuries in South Australia. Performance artists, the ultimate gig economy workers.
  33. Balancing freedom of religion and freedom from religion2018/07/31
    Edited highlights of an expert panel debating whether our laws strong enough to protect people who hold sincere religious beliefs.
  34. NSW Supreme Court decision on Colleen McCullough's estate; What follows Malaysia's miracle moment?2018/07/24
    NSW Supreme Court judge rules that popular Australian author Colleen McCullough's estate belongs to widower. And Malaysian civil and women's rights activist Ivy Josiah on building robust institutions following the landslide victory of former strongman, now reformist leader, Mahathir Mohamad.
  35. Facebook faces potential Australian law suit over data breach2018/07/17
    There have been reports social media network Facebook is facing multiple lawsuits on behalf of users whose personal data was improperly leaked to Cambridge Analytica. Its next legal challenge could take place here in Australia.
  36. Who’s responsible when someone dies at work? A senate inquiry is looking at the prevention, investigation and prosecution of industrial deaths in Australia.2018/07/10
    How does the law prevent deaths at work?
  37. Crop Houses and stopping the cycle of drug addiction and offending2018/07/03
    Cannabis grow house syndicates are rampant across Australia. And former addicts helping to break the cycle of drug addiction and drug related crime.
  38. Canadian university loses right to open law school and Portugal's policy on drugs and addiction2018/06/26
    Freedom of religion versus equal rights is tested in the Canadian and US Supreme Courts, and Portugal's unique approach to drug addiction.
  39. Two important decisions on defamation. Getting into rough legal waters on holiday cruises 2018/06/19
    Australian courts have ruled on two prominent defamation cases, Rebel Wilson v Bauer and Milorad Trkulja v Google. And what laws apply if something goes wrong when travelling on a holiday cruise in international waters?
  40. Tips for Beauty salons to support clients who experience family violence; Victorian Supreme Court responds to legal costs blowout2018/06/12
    An innovative program HaiR-3R's aims to help hairdressers recognise and support Victorian clients who may be experiencing family violence. Also on the program, what is a reasonable legal fee in a relatively straightforward wills and estate case? A Victorian Supreme Court Judge had some strong words to say in a dispute about lawyers costs.
  41. When can authorities seize your mobile device?2018/06/05
    Can Border Patrol demand your mobile devices at an airport without a warrant? In the US, this question may go to the Supreme Court, but in Australia, the laws are very clear. And what powers do police have to search and seize on suburban streets?
  42. Inside the Jury Room part four: Juror misbehaviour2018/05/29
    Jurors are not allowed to use mobile phones to communicate or access the internet. (Rich Legg/ Getty Images)
  43. Inside the Jury Room part three: Juror bias2018/05/22
    How can jury members leave their personal beliefs outside the deliberation room? (csreed/ Getty Images)
  44. Inside the Jury Room part two: Juror stress2018/05/15
    Being summonsed to be a juror can be stressful for many people. (P Wei/ Getty Images)
  45. Inside the Jury Room part one: The Ouija board jurors2018/05/08
    Intoxicated jurors asked a Ouija board if the defendant was guilty. (JGI/Jamie Grill/ Getty Images)
  46. Extradition processes in the 21st century and Victoria parliament soon to debate treaty advancing legislation2018/05/01
    Victoria introduces legislation to enable treaty negotiations. Do extradition laws need to evolve?
  47. Over-medication in aged care and blockchain contracts2018/04/24
    Examining the laws governing the use of anti-psychotic and other drugs to sedate residents in aged-care facilities in the US and Australia. And smart contracts are an emerging area of the law, but exactly what are they and what happens if they go rogue?
  48. Space law in the 21st century2018/04/17
    Corporations, as well as nations are venturing into space for satellite technology, mining even tourism. Are the laws created over fifty years ago up to speed in this new space race?
  49. Commonwealth Redress Scheme restrictions and South African jailed for racist tirade2018/04/10
    Why will some survivors of institutional sexual abuse be locked out of the Commonwealth Redress Scheme? And when using a really offensive word in South Africa multiple times lands you in jail.
  50. Anne Buist on writing her life's work 2018/04/03
    Perinatal psychiatrist Anne Buist is a women's mental health advocate and expert witness who works with protective services, and as an expert witness in the courts, in cases of abuse, kidnapping, infanticide and murder. She is also a novelist who explores many of the darker aspects of her work in fiction.
Law Report - ABC RN
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Informative, jargon-free stories about law reform, legal education, test cases, miscarriages of justice and legal culture. The Law Report makes the law accessible.

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