Attorney-General moves to set up watchdog for Australia's judges
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Attorney General Robert McLelland has written to his State and Territory colleagues, proposing that he and they set up a working group "to examine the feasibility of the National Judicial College of Australia being given a judicial complaints handling fun
I was privileged to have met with the AG and discussed some topics, this was one of them, Mr McCLelland this is a great thing, i hope this will help make the judicial officers think twice before making hasty judgements..
The Rudd Government is moving to establish a body that would for the first time systematically deal with complaints against judges. said
Or will they retract further in fear of making the wrong judgement?
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When did you meet the new AG and was there any discussion that would be of interest to the Shared Parenting Council? What sort of topics were covered off?
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