An estimated seven million Australians struggle to access legal advice, simply because of where they live, writes Morry Bailes.
Mandatory sentencing might be popular but it represents much of what is wrong with our justice system, argues legal commentator Morry Bailes.
With his health and life transformed by a kidney transplant from his wife, Morry Bailes makes a plea for more South Australians to consider organ donation.
Diversity, technology and the pressure to do ‘more for less’ are resulting in rapid changes in the Australian legal profession, writes Morry Bailes. So is it a good thing?
The artificial intelligence revolution is gathering pace and no part of legal practice will be left untouched, writes legal commentator Morry Bailes.
The long-standing convention of ministerial responsibility is no longer working. Legal commentator Morry Bailes asks whether it's time to codify when and how ministers are held accountable for their department's failings.