Michael BradleyApr 19, 201715 Comments
Donald Trump is betting that the genuine threat of nuclear war will get Kim Jong-un to back down. That is an incredibly dangerous bet to make.
Michael BradleyApr 5, 201727 Comments
In 2015, Pauline Hanson's One Nation acquired a plane to ferry Dear Leader around in. Exactly how the plane was paid for remains a mystery. And that’s where the law comes in.
Michael BradleyMar 31, 20175 Comments
As Melbourne University renames the Richard Berry Building on account of eugenics, it's time to ask: should we expect those who lend their names to things to remain of unimpeachable moral character?
Michael BradleyMar 23, 20173 Comments
A lot of it had to do with a particular constitutional clause concerning the separation of church and state.
Michael BradleyMar 17, 20174 Comments
The PNG Supreme Court seemed like an ally for the asylum seekers on Manus Island when it declared the offshore detention camp illegal. But now it has determined that PNG can deport these desperate people back to the countries they fled in the first place.
Michael BradleyMar 10, 201710 Comments
Laws alone cannot protect our society and its legal system from the corrosive effects of the bile that bigoted sentiment will always place in men’s mouths.
Michael BradleyMar 3, 201735 Comments
"I’m struggling to see a basis for a genuine argument that the disclosure of Fox’s information did not involve a breach of the Privacy Act," writes Michael Bradley.
Michael BradleyMar 1, 20175 Comments
The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights didn't just recommend no changes to 18C; it made no recommendations at all.
Michael BradleyFeb 22, 201721 Comments
George Brandis thinks that asylum seekers have broken the law by turning up to Australia without a visa. But since he could not name the exact law supposedly broken, an actual lawyer has gone through the Migration Act to help poor Brandis out.
Michael BradleyFeb 15, 20175 Comments
Seven's high-paid lawyers have thrown everything they can at Amber Harrison. Get set for a knock-down, drag-out legal fight with plenty of punch.