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.
Want to know what a writ of habeas corpus is? I've got you.
It was an absolute pleasure introducing such a distinguished panel last night at Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran and discuss race, religion, culture and being LGBTI.
Watch me explain property ownership with Judge Judy, no- seriously....
Missing Prima Facie this summer?
Fear not, we have some of the best bits to keep you busy until we're back from the break.
Who doesn't love Judge Judy? She's like that aunt you have that says wild things that you wish you could say, let me teach you some law using everyone's favourite TV judge.
I wish that I took better stock of time, not that I don't appreciate but I don't have a very good concept of it moving, except for forwards, sometimes in leaps, often in bounds but never backwards. Never goes backwards.
A deaf woman has sued the Queensland government over her right to participate in a jury. In a finding made against her the High Court said Queensland law did not permit an interpreter to assist a juror. (Paradoxically, as a litigant, Ms Lyons was able to run her case all the way to the High Court.) Is it time for the law to change, or do the tenets of our legal system discriminate with good reason?