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“[The] bill builds on those laws to ensure serious repeat youth offenders are held accountable for their actions and that there are swift and serious consequences for criminal offending.”
Alex Somers named as finalist in Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards 2023. Our Alex Somers has been ...
This week saw the sad passing of the great South Sydney Rugby League legend, John Sattler, one of the toughest footballers to have ever pulled on a jersey, a true gentleman of the sport who was loved and respected by all.
"The Future Leaders Committee, is a group of emerging legal professionals who are passionate about shaping the future of the legal profession. It was established to provide a platform for young lawyers to discuss emerging issues and trends in the legal industry, identify potential challenges, and propose solutions."
"Naturally, I'm now becoming just a little more concerned for my professional future. Where was all this AI stuff headed?"
"How dramatically the digital world seems to have jumped way ahead of our institutions and the protections they offer to citizens."
Currently, a driver caught by the cameras breaching seatbelt or mobile phone laws will receive a $1,078 fine and four demerit points. But double demerit points apply for a second or subsequent mobile phone offence, committed within 1 year of the earlier offence.
The controversial but tantalizing biopic Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story walks a very fine line between chronicling true events and romanticizing the horrors of cannibalism and murder. Such dark television viewing, however, calls into play a string of ethical and legal implications.
After a long hiatus, Chris Nyst has returned to crime fiction writing with his latest novel, Millen. It is a gripping legal thriller that features the same irrepressible Gold Coast lawyer, Eddie Moran, who featured in Chris’ previous two critically-acclaimed novels - Gone, which was shortlisted for the New South Wales Premier's Literary Award, and Crook as Rookwood, which won the prestigious Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction in 2006.
Nyst Legal is extremely proud to announce that Jonathan Nyst has been named by Lawyers Weekly as Australia’s top young criminal lawyer under the age of 30.
I am very proud to announce that Nyst Legal Solicitor Jordan Roles was this week announced by Griffith University as the winner of last year’s George Tanner Prize for achieving the highest grade in the Griffith University Innocence Project course.
Nyst Legal are proud to announce that, for the third year in a row, Nyst Legal Senior Associate Jonathan Nyst has been named as a finalist in the Criminal Law category of the national Lawyers Weekly Australia 30 Under 30 Awards.

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