In the run-up to the state election QLS will call on all parties to commit to increasing the pace of our courts and lifting their ability to respond to crises.
Many Melbourne law firms are left wondering whether they will need to close as part of the Stage 4 lockdown.
Two new QCAT practice directions cover tribunal operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Queensland Government is to update the Criminal Code following a QLRC review of consent law and the excuse of mistake of fact.
QLS members are invited to provide feedback on the consultation draft of its Call to Parties document for the 2020 state election.
ACCESS TO JUSTICE
The QLS Access to Justice survey is now open. But what is Access to Justice and why is it important? Read here about why practitioners are passionate about Access to Justice and the value of having your say to help improve this area of law.
The diversity journey
We’ve come so far – but it’s clear that more needs to be done to build a genuinely diverse and inclusive profession
COVID-19's legacy for justice
As we adjust back to ‘normal’, we ask: What is the new normal and is COVID-19 leaving a legacy that will improve the legal landscape for good?
Creating your new normal
Just like that our world changed. And while we weren’t ready for it, we do need to be ready for the new normal by refining and adapting our practice and procedures. Here are some perspectives, guidance and information to assist you.