Legal Influencer

Q4| 2022

Legal Influencers

Lexology’s Legal Influencers programme recognises firms and authors that provide excellent content within a work area and region. Find out more

  • Q4| 2022 in Dispute resolution - Australasia
  • Q4| 2022 in Private client - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2021 in Healthcare and life sciences - Australasia
  • Q3 | 2019 in Dispute resolution - Australasia
  • Q3 | 2019 in Private client - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2019 in Future of legal services - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2019 in Dispute resolution - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2019 in Employment - Australasia


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Supreme Court Overrules Magistrate’s ‘Emotional’ Decision

Australia - March 14 2023 The NSW Supreme Court has overturned a Local Court Magistrate’s decision to dismiss assault charges and an apprehended violence order brought against…

Rights Commission on How an Australian Human Rights Act Should Operate

Australia - March 14 2023 Australia is the only liberal democracy that doesn’t have a national act or charter enshrining and protecting basic human rights in domestic law, which means…

Paul Gregoire

I’ve Been Accused of a Criminal Offence: Will I Get Bail?

Australia - March 6 2023 If you’ve been arrested and charged with a criminal offence at a police station, one of your immediate concerns may be whether you’ll be released…

Jarryd Bartle

Police Cannot Enter Private Land Without a Warrant If Prohibited by a Trespass Sign

Australia - March 1 2023 Along with senior constable Rankin, then NSW police acting sergeant Fahey attended a NSW Northern Rivers region property at Warrazambil Creek on 24…

Paul Gregoire

The New Consent Directions in Jury Trials for Sexual Offences

Australia - February 16 2023 The Crimes Legislation Amendment (Sexual Consent Reforms) Act 2021 (‘the Amending Act’) came into effect on 1 June 2022 (NSW), overhauling the…