The peace process has failed to deliver for the Loyalists of Northern Ireland. A moment of supreme political leadership is needed to prevent a return to anarchy, writes Fergal Davis.
There are some important issues to consider when placing assets and property in a discretionary trust, writes Dale Boccabella.
One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Despite the ambiguity, finding a workable definition of "terrorism" might not be so hard, argues Fergal Davis.
Labor should drop personality politics and honour the deal it made to enact laws securing integrity in public life, argues George Williams.
Clearly, there is more room to innovate Australia Post's parcel delivery process, writes Martin Bliemel.
An overhaul of UNSW’s undergraduate law degree for 2013 will nurture a new type of global lawyer and set the standard for legal education in Australia.
As the year comes to an end it’s timely to reflect on how we might have been ripped off during 2012 and what can be done about it next year, writes Frank Zumbo.
The terms of the HSBC deferred prosecution gives the US Department of Justice previously unparalleled external power to shape the culture of global banking, writes Justin O'Brien.
Young people believe sexting and cyber bullying should be against the law, but under 18s should never be charged with child pornography offences or placed on the sex offender register, a survey shows.
Reform of our global financial systems must aim for a culture of restraint, with integrity and accountability at its heart, argues Justin O'Brien.