Opinion and Commentary

InDaily: The state of Australia’s judiciary and law

The independence of the judiciary, uniform law and the incarceration of indigenous Australians were all on the agenda when Australia's Chief Justice gave his "state of the judicature" address. In his regular column for InDaily managing partner Morry Bailes offers this rare insight into the speech.

The independence of the judiciary, uniform law and the incarceration of indigenous Australians were all on the agenda when Australia’s Chief Justice gave his “state of the judicature” address.

In his regular column for InDaily managing partner Morry Bailes offers this rare insight into the speech.

“We are very lucky in this nation to enjoy the rule of law in every aspect of our lives, and the state of the judicature is a reflection of just that.”

The full article is available here.