The rule of law, one of those terms you hear everywhere all the time, but what is it? What does it mean? do we have it? Is it permanent?
Victoria Police Weapons Searches at Moomba Victoria Police conducted over 800 searches for weapons at this year’s Moomba Festival in March.
This one is a bit more technical. Rules, the rules that govern your moot are absolutely crucial to your success. So - how do you work with and under them?
So you've just received your mooting problem. Now what?
What is causation? it's a chain. Can it be broken? Yes. Behold the case Royall v The Queen.
The doors of Parliament House will open on Sunday 19 March for a community day that explores the next chapter in the evolution of Melbourne’s iconic landmark.
Melbourne is awash with counterfeit $100 notes. Counterfeiters flood Melbourne with fake $100 notes. The forged bills are described as “high quality”, complete with transparent security window, and may be linked to organised crime games. What, in fact, is a note?
Australia does not have a constitutional bill of rights, that is a section of our constitution that outlines what social and political rights all Australians have by virtue of their citizenship, birth or location.
A filibuster is a parliamentary tactic to delay a motion being discussed by the house, be it the Senate of the USA or some other place. Why is a filibuster not possible in Australia? How does it work? I've got you.
You know the difficult thing, the "fuck this is hard" thing, the painful thing of being a child migrant - I guess, is the idea, the reality really, that you are at home here but you also have a home elsewhere.