Law Council of Australia
Association of law societies and bar associations in Australia
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The Law Council of Australia, founded in 1933, is an association of law societies and bar associations from the states and territories of Australia, and the peak body representing the legal profession in Australia. The Law Council represents more than 65,000 lawyers across Australia and has its national base in Canberra.
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Malcolm Roberts slammed for suggesting family law system behind domestic violenceThe Law Council of Australia has warned accusing family law courts of driving domestic violence is 'dangerous' behaviour after video emerged of One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts making the suggestion.
Push for charter of rights amid 'creeping erosion of media freedoms'"Until the raids Australians for the most part believed press freedom was protected by law. They were wrong," Law Council of Australia president Arthur Moses SC said.
Fears fewer migrants will report family violence over deportation fearsThe Law Council of Australia has warned a Senate committee that laws making it easier to deport foreign criminals will have adverse effects for migrant women.
Lawyers concerned over proposed visa lawsThe Law Council of Australia has warned a Senate committee that laws making it easier to deport foreign criminals are too harsh.
Incoming law council boss drops jobThe intended next president of the Law Council of Australia has decided not to take the job, fearing an allegation about his conduct will prove a distraction.