Perspectives

How can we step up to meet the challenge of judicial bullying?
, Sean Kelly, Kelly Legal
Some 2500 years later, it seems we are bidding a fond farewell to a key ritual of society.
, Shane Budden
Throughout Queensland, solicitors regularly spend long-hours toiling away, volunteering their time free-of-charge to assist significantly under-funded community legal centres to provide fair and equal access to justice to the community’s most vulnerable people.
, Tony Keim
The people and practice of law were very different in the mid-20th Century. Among those who successfully moved from one 'world' to the next was Jim FitzGerald.
, Dr John de Groot, Patrick FitzGerald
Whether to conceal or disclose to an employer that you are disabled is a dilemma faced by many - do you "come out" as a person with a disability or not?
, Fiona Yeang
It may be time for a fresh look at the way we interpret the rules on mitigation.
, Christopher Stackpoole
Though advocates' immunity has disappeared from a number of major jurisdictions, there is a strong case for its retention in Australia.
, Sam Harvey
The guide, created by the members of the QLS Diverse Abilities Network, includes a list of simple measures that may assist people with diverse abilities who frequent or visit your workplace and in doing so, assist you in providing a more inclusive workplace.
, Sheetal Deo
The need to address inclusion of the rainbow community within the legal profession is just one of the motivating factors behind the inaugural Pride in Law Award.

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