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    "It's a sick personality type that wants to convince Australians that they are cruel, mean and heartless to refugees when in fact we are one of the most generous countries in the world for permanent resettlement. 

    Why in those circumstances does anyone imagine that running us down is a good message, especially for children." 

    Former immigration minister in the Howard government Amanda Vanstone. The Sydney Morning Herald, November 11, 2019 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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    I am woman - hear me roar ... At the Feminist Legal Clinic, Gudrun Willcocks meets Anna Kerr, a different kind of lawyer ... Matriarchy takes on the patriarchy ... Wages for wives ... Discrimination and motherhood ... A bandaid service at the Family Court ... Read more ... 


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    Dance of the sugar plum fairy ... Anti-gay rant from barrister ... Upsetting bar election results ... The Page Boy to receive a good talking-to ... Bar's monopoly fees for readers ... Jarrod Bleijie is dancing rings around No Waves ... Bar Talk from Justinian's archive, November 2013 ... Read more ... 


     

     

    Friday
    Nov222019

    Western ways

    Mores of the Perth bar ... Founding father Francis (Red) Burt ... Fewer airs and graces ... Different traditions out west ... Distain for FIFO barristers ... Faux pas of easterners ... Lecturing the locals on the law ... Slithering out of court early ... Groper on cicada impressions  

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    Monday
    Nov182019

    Market saturation for Queenies

    Yarraside bar 'n' grill ... The brave and confident few who have withstood the stampede to queens counsel ... Difficulty shaking off colonial branding ... The petty rush for status ... Statistics since 2015 ... No hard evidence that QCs do better than SCs ... Alan Zheng combs through the data 

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    Friday
    Nov152019

    Silk presses complaint to Watch Poodle 

    Sydney silk says articles in The Australian about ICAC reflect adversely on him ... Complaint to Australian Press Council ... Incorrect assertions ... Failure to check ... Bias ... Puzzling claims that findings of corrupt conduct have been overturned ... "Exoneration" that doesn't exist ... Zealotry 

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    Tuesday
    Nov122019

    The small stuff of words

    Pedro Almodóvar and Antonio Banderas at their peak ... Pain and Glory reviewed by Miss Lumière ... Life, loves, memories, and loss ... An artist's reckoning of a life lived 

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    Tuesday
    Nov122019

    High Crimes and Misdemeanours

    Impeachment ... Congress ... SCOTUS ... the Constitution ... Confusion ... What levers will be pulled in the impeachment process ... Digging for evidence ... Supreme Court as "umpire" ... Precedents, Privilege and Power ... Shooting on Fifth Avenue ... Nathan Twibill investigates 

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    Monday
    Nov112019

    The Oligarchs

    Sydney Law School executive elections ... Hallowed ground ... Fat bank account ... Strange customs ... Perpetuation of the hierarchy ... The revolting masses ... Baby Liberal apparachic squeaks home against grandson of former High Court grandee ... Barely Legal reports from a shocked tally-room 

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    Monday
    Nov042019

    Taylor made

    Catch a falling star and put him in your pocket ... Bedrock freedoms ... The end of "fart-arsing" ... The "sensible centre-right" ... Breaking the mould for sex discrimination commissioners ... Theodora comments 

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    Saturday
    Nov022019

    The Sackville commission: who should be sacked?

    Government won't back away from insensitive appointments to the Disability Royal Commission ... Stuart Robert and Ron Sackville in charge ... Two senior counsel assisting the commission have withdrawn ... Undercurrent of unhappiness ... Disabled children and education ... Stand by ... Nathan Twibill reports 

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    Friday
    Nov012019

    The subjunctive mood

    Wishing and hoping and praying ... Procrustes looks at the great subjunctive issue of the day - water, and the lack of it ... Morrison's mantras ... "I love a sunburnt country ..." ... On the road from Nyngan to Bourke ... The game is up for much of the rural sector ... Who came up with the idea of buying and selling water?  

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