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Lighter side: Judge writes poem to deny lawsuit by Samantha Woodhill | 28/01/2016 1:19:23 AM

A judge in Ohio has written a hilarious poem and read it in court to tell a plaintiff that his lawsuit had been thrown out.read more

Judge dismisses Cosby case by Samantha Woodhill | 22/01/2016 5:57:43 PM

A U.S. federal judge has dismissed a defamation claim brought against Bill Cosby.read more

Lighter Side: Law school parody ad causes YouTube sensation by Samantha Woodhill | 18/01/2016 1:38:17 PM

A hilarious parody of refugee lawyer Deng Adut’s University of Western Sydney ad using a lazy private school student has been released.read more

Law Society responds to court backlog claims by Samantha Woodhill | 18/01/2016 12:40:31 PM

The NSW Law Society has responded to media reports that backlogs are responsible for the release of people facing court, saying a long-term funding approach is needed.read more

Weekend wrap: first robot lawyer launched by AAL | 16/01/2016 4:56:39 PM

A student entrepreneur has launched a consumer robot lawyer, a woman is suing Twitter, claiming violation of US anti-terrorism laws and Australasian Law Award nominations opened.read more

Entrepreneur creates robot lawyer by Samantha Woodhill | 16/01/2016 12:39:06 PM

A student entrepreneur has launched the very first robot lawyer, capable of giving tailored legal advice.read more

Judge shortage forces Wollongong family to have matter heard in Brisbane court by Samantha Woodhill | 15/01/2016 8:11:36 PM

Lawyers are calling on Attorney-General George Brandis to make good on his promise to fix the judge shortage and increase funding to address the backlog.read more

Law grads sue school over false employment advertising by Samantha Woodhill | 14/01/2016 12:28:41 PM

A law school faces court following accusations by former students that it faked its post-graduation employment rate.read more