Politicians who take pot-shots at judges are eroding one of the pillars of our democracy, writes Morry Bailes.
New data on South Australia's legal profession shows it is facing many of the same challenges as the state itself, writes legal commentator Morry Bailes.
What if I told you that your doctor did not have a medical degree? What if your architect didn't have an architecture degree? And what if your lawyer didn't have a law degree?
It is time for an overhaul of Australia's surrogacy laws, argues Morry Bailes.
Australians need to be vigilant to protect the principle of the rule of law, including by questioning the delegation of executive power, argues legal commentator Morry Bailes.
An estimated seven million Australians struggle to access legal advice, simply because of where they live, writes Morry Bailes.