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Tribunal fee refund plan revealed - three months after Supreme Court ruling

20 October 2017By 5 comments

Initial phase will be aimed at 1,000 claimants in single claims, justice minister tells parliament.

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Conveyancing: Home truths

Conveyancers are generally upbeat, though pressure on fees, demanding clients and cyber fraud all present urgent challenges. The Gazette’s latest roundtable.

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Press regulations

18 October 2017

Divisional Court dismisses application for judicial review, arguing the defendant had not erred in its decision to grant recognition to the interested party, which regulated number of small or smaller publishers.

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Judge drawing

BOOK REVIEW: The judiciary we deserve

9 October 2017By David Pickup

Being a Judge in the Modern World

Criminallaw

BOOK REVIEW: Beyond the basics

9 October 2017By Bartholomew Dalton

While this is an academic textbook rather than a practitioners’ guide, its depth of useful information should not be underestimated.

Crimescene

BOOK REVIEW: Mosaic of clues on crime

9 October 2017By Tom Garbett

‘No readable book could consider all… issues relevant to the scope of criminal law. This unreadable book does not do so either.’ I immediately warmed to Victor Tadros as I read his self-deprecating introduction, but the laughs swiftly come to an end on page two.

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