Tag: law

Why is it so hard to create change?

Sarah Richards- November 3, 2020

Australia currently ranks 37th in progress towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Our low ranking is a result of our poor environmental initiatives. So, how ... Read More

Banning Mumbai’s iconic Victoria horses: what will the consequences be?

John Ballot- October 16, 2016

https://soundcloud.com/john-ballot/banning-mumbais-iconic-victoria-horses by John Ballot Along Mumbai's famous Marine Drive, tourists can be seen getting into large silver carriages that will take them around the tourist ... Read More

Radio Decidendi – Hangover v Legal-Chic

James Jessup- May 13, 2014

We interview the wonderful mind behind Legal-Chic.tumblr.com about legal fashion and feminism. Dan speaks up on 'flopping the breakup', and Al is literally too sick ... Read More

Radio Decidendi – Snapchat v Legal Practitioners

James Jessup- May 6, 2014

Join Dan and Al as they discuss what really matters for students. First impressions, procrastination apps and... the commission of audit. Oh! And case of ... Read More

Radio Decidendi – Dan v Bats

James Jessup- April 26, 2014

In this episode, we revisit what went so wrong that we decided not to air last week's podcast. We also outline the perfect caffeine regime ... Read More

Radio Decidendi – Sex v Nepotism

James Jessup- April 25, 2014

Sex and Nepotism! Maybe. But not at the same time, usually. Listen in as Dan and Al take you through how Miranda Kerr, the world ... Read More

Queensland steps backward on gay rights

WingShan Yu- October 21, 2012

An interactive timeline showing Queensland’s LGBTI rights from the past to present. Read More

Fee hike could mean trouble for science students

Alex Livingstone- October 20, 2012

A recent report by the Grattan institute has suggested that students studying certain areas to do not provide extensive public benefit should be paying more ... Read More

Clubs call for tougher laws on security

Hugh Hadgraft- November 4, 2011

Brisbane pub workers are calling for tougher self-regulation of the security industry after it was revealed that Queensland’s private security laws lagged behind other states. Read More