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
Following on from Carter Newell's involvement with the QLS LawLink program, the firm has created a work experience program for Year 12 students.
Carter Newell Lawyers’ Diversity & Inclusion Committee
A member of the QLS Diverse Abilities Network provides an insight into everyday realities for people living with disability.
Fiona Yeang
Justice Peter Applegarth AM looks at the judicial philosophy of recently retired US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and how it conflicted with recent controversial decisions.
the Honourable Justice Peter Applegarth AM
In NAIDOC Week it's appropriate to take stock of the inspirational people whose day-to-day activities help to build a First Nations future.
John Teerds
The development of DNA testing provides useful background information for the Commission of Inquiry into DNA testing in Queensland.
Jason Murakami, Ron Behlau
If a federal integrity commission is established as promised, how should it be structured, and who will watch the watchmen?
Matt Dunn, Kate Brodnik
In a speech at this year's NQLA Conference, QLS President Kara Thomson spoke of the privilege that lawyers have to speak for others who cannot be heard.
QLS President Kara Thomson

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