Category: Judiciary (page 3 of 3)

Human, All Too Human: Human Fallibility and the Separation of Powers

J Crowe photoBY JONATHAN CROWE

Humans are fallible—and this fallibility is the hardest thing for us to grasp. We have limited knowledge—and the limits of our knowledge routinely prevent us from realising just how much we do not know. Our reasoning processes … Read the rest

Judicial gender diversity in Australia – can we talk about quotas?

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BY ANDREW LYNCH

There is a distinct irony that while the current Commonwealth Attorney-General has unapologetically reclaimed complete executive discretion over federal judicial appointments, the Premier of Victoria has announced that his government will meet a 50 per cent quota … Read the rest

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