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Case of the Week – Week 6 – 143

Last week, the High Court upheld the constitutional validity of the so-called ‘Bikie Laws’ enacted by the New South Wales parliament in Tajjour v State of New South Wales; Hawthorne v State of New South Wales; Forster v State of New South Wales [2014] HCA 35. LLB student and former Constitutional Law Moot Team participant Tim Noonan with the report. (Read more..)

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Striking out jury inequalities

A report tabled in Victorian Parliament by the Victorian Law Reform Commission on 3 October 2014 reviewed the jury empanelment process. As part of the review, the Commission considered peremptory challenges and the effects on jurors. The Bench Press thanks LLB student Elise Foote for her report. (Read more..)

Looking at justice in a different light

Our Australian criminal justice system is balanced between competing policy interests: rehabilitation, deterrence, community protection and punishment to name a few.  One alternative system that may be of interest to law and international relations students is the case study of the Kenyan criminal justice system profiled on the ABC’s Foreign Correspondent program tonight. (Read more..)

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