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NSW Modern Slavery – Law Moves Slowly On

Submissions to the NSW Parliament’s Standing Committee on Social Issues on Modern Slavery Act 2018 and associated matters closed on 4 October 2019. 101 submissions were received, including one from me and a few from other law firms. Most were from business groups...

Human Rights – Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s poem “A Song of Hope”

On 8 August 2019 the Anglo-Australasian Law Society had E-Prof Rosalind Croucher, President of The Human Rights Commission (HRC) address members on the topic "to our children's children, the glad tomorrow". E-Prof Croucher, who had previously spoken on the same topic...

ANTI-SLAVERY LAWS – BUSINESS’ REPORTING OBLIGATION GUIDANCE

What and Why of Anti-slavery legislation You may have read in the media of new Anti-slavery legislation. It can and will impact on business operations of many businesses, large and small.. Modern antislavery legislation has its origin in human rights developments and...

Legal Services to Government

There are a threats to Rule of Law and Legal Practitioners of current Methods for Providing Legal Services to Government