Legal Briefs

2018
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Season 1, Episode 5 (Civil Justice)

3.0 1 x
Solicitor Peter Gordon reflects on the role of civil law and winning the first of the asbestos dust disease cases in Australia. Fiona Mcleod SC explains the corporate veil.
08:00

Season 1, Episode 1 (What Is Law)

3.0 0 x
Former Justice of the High Court Michael Kirby, Justice Susan Kenny, the Federal Court of Australia, & Justice Betty King, the Supreme Court of Victoria, talk about the nature of law and justice, its fluid and changing state.
Episodes 2017
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Season 1, Episode 6 (Criminal Intent)

3.0 3 x
Barrister Robert Richter QC discusses an alleged underworld crime case he worked on, and how intent can be proved. Former Supreme Court Justice Betty King talks about the role of the judge and jury in criminal cases.
10:00

Season 1, Episode 4 (Mabo)

3.0 5 x
Barrister Bryan Keon-Cohen QC talks about the stages of the Mabo case leading to the final Mabo decision at the High Court, which set a new precedent.
Episodes 2016
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Season 1, Episode 8 (Property)

3.0 10 x
Season 1, Episode 8 (Property) of Legal Briefs was broadcast by ABC3 on Thursday 15 December 2016 at 11:51.
08:00

Season 1, Episode 3 (The Constitution)

3.0 9 x
Professor Cheryl Saunders talks about the 1975 Dismissal and some flaws in the Australian constitution, Professor Larissa Behrendt discusses the idea of sovereignty for Aboriginal Australians.
08:00

Season 1, Episode 10 (Mediation)

3.0 8 x
Season 1, Episode 10 (Mediation) of Legal Briefs was broadcast by ABC3 on Thursday 18 August 2016 at 11:51.
08:00

Season 1, Episode 9 (Free Speech)

3.0 8 x
Season 1, Episode 9 (Free Speech) of Legal Briefs was broadcast by ABC3 on Thursday 11 August 2016 at 11:52.
08:00

Season 1, Episode 7 (Contracts)

3.0 95 x
Lizzie O'Shea talks to Australia's top legal minds. She takes us into the courts, and the places where our law has been made.
08:00

Season 1, Episode 2 (The Adversarial System)

3.0 42 x
Barrister Julian Burnside QC, Former Justice of the High Court Michael Kirby and Justice Susan Kenny, the Federal Court of Australia, explain the adversarial system, its good and bad points.
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