Elder abuse awareness

Legal practitioners, as trusted advisors, are in a key position to detect elder abuse among clients. QLS Proctor takes a closer look at the complex dynamics at play.

Focus on voluntary assisted dying

QLS Proctor looks at how voluntary assisted dying is expected to work, and also republishes a 2019 special feature that offered a range of viewpoints on this topical subject.

Human Rights Week 2021

QLS Proctor embraces Human Rights Week 2021, an initiative of the Queensland Human Rights Commission running from 1 to 10 December.



The recent announcement that the Government will no longer seek to overturn the High Court’s decision in Love v Commonwealth is a reminder that the place of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian constitutional framework has yet to be fully resolved.
Glen Cranwell

In business

In practice

Alan Girle explains what may happen if a director or principal is arrested over a workplace health and safety incident.
Alan Girle


As restrictions continue to ease and we approach the year's end, are we forgetting COVID-19's effect on mental health?
Simon Playford

Outside the law

Recently, I posted that it'd be good if we were allowed to put our mailboxes one metre from the road, so that the postie didn’t ride on the footpath and collide with mothers pushing prams; plus the grass would be able to grow...
Shane Budden