Tag: judicial diversity

Turning lawyers into judges is a public responsibility

BY JESSICA KERR

Much is expected of judicial officers in Australia. They are unique public figures holding an ‘extraordinary, status-based position’, a focal point for discussions of confidence in the justice system and the strength of national commitment … 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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