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First nations

The national inquiry obtained testimony from 535 First Nations peoples and hundreds of letters and testimonies from other people.
Heather Ferris
The Queensland Law Society is proud to announce publication of the Cultural Calendar 2024.
Heather Ferris
As Heather Ferris settles into her role as QLS First Nations Legal Coordinator, she shares some of the obstacles she’s overcome along the way.
Cayla Marchant
The history of Australia Day – 26 January – suggests that there is potential for change, based on careful reflection.
Heather Ferris
This year's Cultural Calendar celebrates the many significant First Nations cultural events and anniversaries throughout 2023.
Heather Ferris
Bringing an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is one of the big First Nations issues for 2023. Here's a progress report.
Heather Ferris
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
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

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