A bloody shame: Paid period leave should be law

Australia’s workplace laws must better accommodate the reproductive body

A question of good faith: the trial of Zachary Rolfe

The alleged murder of Kumanjayi Walker by a police officer has ignited a legal quandary

The end game

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange is slowly dying in a UK prison, as the US maintains its fight to have him die in theirs – but there is hope

Planetary defence

A court ruling that the environment minister owes children a duty of care to prevent climate harm has far-reaching implications

The most hated man

On the sentencing of Richard Pusey for outraging public decency


The Territory abandons the Don Dale royal commission reforms

A load of abalone

The trial of Keith Nye highlights how fisheries laws unfairly target Indigenous people

Australia’s number-one law and order issue

Addressing the national scourge of domestic violence

Dangerous precedents

Criminal law is not the only legal avenue to consider Christian Porter’s accountability and his future

Rushed judgement

When should allegations against senior politicians be published?