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  • 11 June 2015

    National security, legal professional privilege and bar rules

    ANU College of Law

    Hear Bernard Collaery explain the law or lack thereof behind the raid on his Canberra office over alleged espionage revelations . . . and how the ICJ has ordered Attorney-General Brandis to cease espionage against East Timor, seal documents that ASIO took, and stop raiding Collaery’s practice over a $40 billion oil and gas dispute in the Timor Sea.

  • 8 July 2015

    The ACT Bushfires Appeal: An Australian landmark on the negligence liability of government authorities

    ACT Law Society Training Room

    The recent ACT Court of Appeal decision on the 2003 bushfires litigation brought together the leading Australian caselaw on the negligence liability of government authorities from the last 20 years. This is a rapidly evolving area of tort law, and the lengthy reasoning of the court illustrates the fundamental issues in working out from first principles whether a government authority owes a duty of care to those who are affected by its actions.

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