Every year, the Society asks members of the legal profession one simple question: if you could change any regulation in Australia, what would you change, and why? The product of that discussion is Legal Tweaks, the annual publication of the NSW Society of Labor Lawyers.
Legal Tweaks is proudly sponsored by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, who carry on the inspiring legacy of Maurice McRae Blackburn, a champion lawyer and federal Labor MP.
The NSW Labor Lawyers annual publication Legal Tweaks is in the works.
Legal Tweaks is the perfect place for you to put forward a reform you've always wanted to see enacted.
Your tweaks will be published in our journal, and distributed at our Annual Dinner.
It's a fantastic way to share your ideas with like-minded practitioners in our Society, to get your ideas down on paper, and to vent your frustration at a long-hated piece of the law. Legal Tweaks is proudly sponsored by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers who carry on the inspiring legacy of Maurice McCrae blackburn, a champion lawyer and federal Labor MP.
The central question you need to answer in your submission is ‘what law would you tweak’? To make a submission, please send us the following:
- What law needs tweaking (be specific, section, sub section, clause, sub clause)? [30 words or less]
- Why does it need tweaking? [175 words or less]
Entries are open to lawyers, law students or academics.
If you’d be happy to be interviewed about your tweak, please also let us know. We’re keen to share our tweaks on NSW Labor Lawyers’ social media and email channels as well.
Please send your answers along with a high quality profile photo, your name, title and position. Answers should be sent to [email protected] by 1 November 2023.
If you’d like to have a chat about your submission, please ring the editors Emily Tyrrell on 0477 871 012 or Jeremy Gadsden on 0411 087 862.
We’re looking to reading and listening to your submissions!