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Mark Shea: The true beauty of justice

I am willing to bet any amount of money that nobody going before the bar, nor anybody running for judge here in the US or appointed to the bench in Australia is ever going to give their legal competence bona fides by ...
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Monica Doumit: Animal Farm takes shape in Victoria

A highly questionable legal process brought down a good doctor Cardinal George Pell’s complete vindication by a unanimous decision of the High Court of Australia...

Peter Westmore: Cardinal sentence examined

The sentencing of Cardinal Pell to a term of imprisonment of six years following his conviction on five counts of sexual abuse of minors...

George Weigel: Dreyfus affair is one to remember

In December 1894, Captain Alfred Dreyfus of the French Army was convicted of treason on the grounds that he had given military secrets to...

Greg Craven: Poisoning the well of justice

Speaking as an Australian lawyer, I know we have few appealing qualities. But we do believe in our own justice system. All my life, I...

Fr Frank Brennan SJ: The Pell Verdict

The suppression order in relation to Cardinal George Pell has been lifted. In December, a jury of twelve of his fellow citizens found him guilty...
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Lockdowns sparked a mental health crisis

Juliette Kirkwood began work as a Community Care Worker in CatholicCare’s parish program a year and a half ago, but grew up in South-Western...

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