Ethos is the ACT Law Society’s journal. Published quarterly and distributed to all members, Ethos keeps our practitioners up-to-date with developments in Territory, State and Federal laws and legal practice.
Ethos is proudly sponsored by Nexia Australia.
The Law Society welcomes contributions of articles and case notes from members on a wide range of legal issues relevant to the ACT legal profession. Please refer to our author guidelines.
If you have any questions about Ethos, contact Nicole Karman at the Society on email@example.com or 02 6274 0300.
Read recent editions of Ethos below
Disequilibrium in Timor-Leste | Employment law: liability and Uberisation | Towards an ACT Integrity Commission
The Reconciliation Journey | Protection of ATSI cultural rights | ACT lawyer inspired by Indigenous art
Law Week 2018 | Employment Law: Restraint of Trade | Residential tenancies: Termination orders
Animal Law: The ‘dangerous dog’ problem | Mental Health: A client’s capacity | Meet your new Council
Refshauge farewell: Five guiding beliefs | Victim Impact Statements | AI in the legal industry
Law, Morality, and the Public Trust | Clothing-related Discrimination | The Burden of Proof in the Digital Age
The duty of reasonable supervision | Whistleblower protections in Australia | Statutory forfeiture in the ACT
The Annual Mental Health Lecture | Who gets the last word in Court? | The tobacco plain packaging case
Focus on Wills and Estates | ACT Election: The Parties respond | The case for a Domestic Violence Court
ACT Law Week 2016: Law For All | The Blackburn Lecture | Judicial Farewells: Faulks, Finn, & Brewster