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Lawyer bashing is not the solution
Australian Lawyers Alliance

Lawyer ‘bashing’ is not the solution

On Monday we sent a Letter to the Editor of The Age in response to John Silvester’s article ‘The single greatest failing in Victoria’s justice system’ published in The Saturday Age on 25 November.

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Sunday Mail

E-Scooter Compensation Alarm Bells

E-scooter popularity continues to rise, yet concerns persist over lacking legislation and insurance support with many unable to access insurance or compensation. Advocates push for safer regulations akin to international standards.

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Insurance News

‘Inconsistent patchwork’: lawyers call for e-scooter insurance shakeup

Commercial e-scooter hire companies should be required to offer high-level insurance protecting both riders and any injured party, Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA) National President Shaun Marcus says.

Private owners of e-scooters also need full access to insurance, he says, including third-party cover.

“There are currently no products on the market that offer this insurance,” Mr Marcus said.

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Australian Lawyers Alliance

Voice referendum result: statement from the ALA

The Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA) acknowledges the grief felt by many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the aftermath of the Voice referendum, which failed to achieve majority support from voters across Australia. The ALA supported constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through the establishment of

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Australian Lawyers Alliance

Tighter regulation of non-surgical cosmetic procedures welcome

Lawyers welcome Ahpra’s move, announced today, to increase regulation of the non-surgical cosmetic procedures industry, and introduce new guidelines for health practitioners advertising and providing fillers, Botox injections and other aesthetic treatments. “We have been very concerned for some time now about the increasing number of people who suffer serious complications

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