The key operational provisions of Queensland’s Human Rights Act 2019 come into effect from 1 January.
This month Proctor briefs practitioners on what this means for their practice and asks Human Rights Commissioner Scott McDougall what his priorities will be under this legislation.
The December Proctor continues its exploration of innovation in law, looking at how technology is being used to address the enormous issue of access to justice for all.
We introduce a law student with a novel approach to deciding her career path and explain the critical need for lawyers to become climate conscious.
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