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LFC News and Insights
NDIS: implementation or impairment
30 Mar 2021
Experts say the implementation and development of the NDIS are going to pose greater challenges...
Simple change could eliminate the need for work tax receipts
25 Mar 2021
New modelling shows capping tax deductions for work-related expenses could simplify...
A response and set of alternative proposals to land use in the EU
23 Mar 2021
This post is a copy of a response by Dr Tim Cadman, Research Fellow of the Law Futures Centre, to...
Anti-suit injunctions and consumer contracts
11 Mar 2021
Post contributed by Mary Keyes, Director of the Law Futures Centre and Therese Wilson, Dean of...
Human rights advocate inspires next generation
13 Jan 2021
Dr Shahram Dana is using the lessons he learnt at the United Nations to inspire the next generation...
Griffith law grads hope to reshape the profession
17 Dec 2020
Two Griffith University law graduates passionate about social justice are reshaping the profession.