Russell Marks


Russell Marks
Russell Marks is a lawyer and an honorary research associate at La Trobe University. He is the author of Crime and Punishment: Offenders and Victims in a Broken Justice System (Black Inc., 2015). 



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Backflip, split, crash, burn

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Tracking the progress of Christopher Pyne’s higher education reforms

Whipping critics into line

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The government’s new Whip brooks no dissent – inside or outside the party room

Taking victims seriously

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An extract from ‘Crime and Punishment: Offenders and victims in a broken justice system’

Not so united

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Glenn Lazarus ends Clive Palmer’s influence and the Abbott government’s chances of passing anything contentious

Super zombie

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Joe Hockey’s revival of an idea that died 22 years ago shows the government’s thinking about the budget hasn’t changed

Lifestyle choice

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Tony Abbott obliterates international law – and 227 years of Australian history – with one phrase

In breach

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Tony Abbott wants the UN to stop lecturing Australia about human rights

Debt, deficits and averting disaster

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Are we really stealing from our kids to fund a debt crisis?

Nothing but a dream

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Why does the right want to Americanise Australia?

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