The government's response to the coronavirus crisis has, coincidentally, all the central features of fascism.
Scott Morrison is incompetent. So what can be done about it?
Law, like politics and policing, is just a social tool. Its utility is not limitless. The extent of those limits will be tested very soon indeed.
Constitutional lawyers have been in a frenzy over the state's decision to essentially close its borders. But, really, it's the right call.
It’s a brave event organiser who is still contemplating opening the gates amid a coronavirus pandemic.
Lawyers are trying to give their clients pragmatic advice on how to do business amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But the virus begs a response that lawyers can’t truly provide
The Biosecurity Act grants the government a suite of extreme powers to do things that could never be done lawfully — and which we would never accept — in any other context
A defamation case that resulted in a measly $6500 payout proves yet again that the law is in serious need of reform.