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Unsolicited (letters to the editor)
Record ID:
23266
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2003
Source:
LIJ (2003) 77 No 8
Date_of_entry:
12/08/2003
Legislation:
(Terrorism) Bill 2002 [No.2] (Cth)
Notes:
VWL aims to "keep gender on the agenda" congratulating LIJ for July 2003 issues relating to women in the legal profession ; Improving opportunities for women solicitors - as above and the improvement of briefing opportunities for women barristers ; Diversity needed - as above and greater networking of women in the profession ; Contarary to children's best interests -Joint residency - Custody ; Time for legislative change - Joint residency - Custody ; Open admission - "Desperatly seeking articles" ; Superficial proposal - National Register of Convicted Sex Offenders ; Further casualties - War against terror ; Bill of fear - War against terror ; Bill fails to protect human rights - War against terror ; Article title misleading - Victims concerns heard - Accused' rights trampled ; Homelesssness and voting rights ; Vive la difference - The right of transsexuals to marry in Australia - Kevin and Jennifer ; Homeless hurt by fine crackdown - Operation Phoenix, to execute warrants against people with outsanding fines ; Highs and Lows of law week (correction)
People:
Bieske, Nicole ; Counsel, Caroline ; Denby, David ; Gardiner, Jamie ; Lasry, Les ; Lynch, Philip ; McLeod, Fiona ; Mulvany, Tim ; Nicholson, Sarah ; Noble, Peter ; Opas, Dr Philip ; Renkin, Joanna ; Stewart, Anna ; Sullivan, Gary ; Woodhams, Garry ;
Month:
August


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