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Gay Consensual Sex Convictions over 30 years old could be wiped , Star Observer, 18 December 2012
Legal aid cuts could put pressure on jails, ABC News, 4 December 2012
GPS plan to track arsonists, The Age, 11 November 2012
The Sext Files: people should be at liberty to sext, says Liberty Victoria, Crikey, 9 November 2012
QC: Mainland excision flouts Refugees Convention; ABC Online, 31 October 2012
A Conversation Hour Special - Privacy Forum, 774 ABC Melbourne, 17 October 2012
Calls to expunge gay sex convictions, ABC News, 16 October 2012
Refugee case decided on a technical point of statutory interpretation, The Australian, 12 October 2012
Church structure must change: groups, SBS, 11 October 2012
Don't fag between the flags, Geelong Advertiser, 11 October 2012
Vic beach smokers face $140 fine, Herald Sun, 10 October 2012
Candid Camera, Ten News, 8 October 2012
Coalition promises $50m for security cameras, ABC News, 8 October 2012
Boost for Melbourne's network of CCTV cameras, Herald Sun, 29 September 2012
Talking dirty: fine way to treat slip of tongue, The Age, 22 September 2012
You're being more closely watched, Sydney Morning Herald,18 September 2012
Time for a government rethink on Julian Assange: Burnside, The Conversation, 17 September 2012
AUDIO Julian Burnside on surveillance laws, ZDNET Twisted Wire, 6 September 2012
Julian Burnside: Asylum seeker plan: spending so much, achieving so little, ABC The Drum Opinion, 31 August 2012
Student protests at La Trobe must be officially approved, The Age, 21 August 2012
Slapping on a Suit to Discourage Debate - Lizzie O'Shea, The Australian, 17 August 2012
Julian Burnside QC on the Expert Panel’s Asylum Seeker Report, Pro Bono News, 15 August 2012
Liberty Victoria Vice-President Jamie Gardiner on parents’ refusing to allow vaccination, Herald Sun, 4 August 2012
VIDEO Jessie Taylor on Australian Story, ABC1, 16 July 2012
VIDEO Julian Burnside Meet the Press, Channel 10 Meet the Press, 15 July
Human rights lawyer Julian Burnside says add boat arrivals to ..., The Australian, 15 July 2012
Spencer Zifcak: Rule of law in balance in PNG brawl, The Australian, 13 July 2012
Boat people un-Christian? Spectacularly wrong, Mr Abbott – Opinion ...Julian Burnside, ABC Religion and Ethics, 11 July 2012
Julian Burnside | Hazara Asylum Seekers, Hazar Asylum Seekers website, 11 July 2012
VIDEO Spencer Zifcak | Support Julian Assange, Support Julian Assange website, 10 July 2012
‘Step-by-step guide to finding an asylum solution – Julian Burnside’, ABC The Drum, 2 July 2012
‘Asylum seeker impasse “pathetic”: QC's plan to stop the boats’, Brisbane Times, 29 June 2012
‘QCs plea: Process asylum seekers in Indonesia’, 702 ABC Sydney, 29 June 2012
‘Top lawyer lacks experience for rights job: Clark’, The Age, 28 June 2012
AUDIO: ‘Exodus from Victorian Human Rights board’, ABC News, 27 June 2012
‘The Big Interview: Jessie Taylor’, 720 ABC Perth, 23 June 2012
AUDIO ‘Julian Burnside on Julian Assange's asylum bid’, ABC, 20 June 2012
Human Rights Lawyer, Julian Burnside QC, discusses Assange's actions, Channel 10 News, 20 June 2012
‘Police union doth protest too much on cam trial’, The Age, 11 June 2012
Civics classes written off with an 'F', The Age, 11 June 2012
Victoria Police to trial uniform cameras, The Australian, 8 June 2012
‘Victorian police to trial use of cop cams’, ABC, 8 June 2012
‘Victoria Police to trial uniform cameras’, Herald Sun, 8 June 2012
AUDIO. Michael Pearce’s interview with Jon Faine (forward to about 7min to go), ABC, 7 June 2012
‘Trial of cameras on uniforms irks unions’ The Age, 8 June 2012
‘The Human face of ASIO’s secret trials’ , On Line opinion, 4 June 2012
‘Editor Hits back at MP’s over privacy’, The Age, 25 May 2012
‘Call to stand down Yeshivah teacher’, The Age, 25 May 2012
'Editor hits back at MPs over privacy', The Age, 25 May 2012
'Councils want to use myki for libraries, gyms', Herald Sun, 24 May 2012
'End 'invasive' surveillance, North Richmond residents demand', Melbourne Weekly Times, 22 May 2012
'Police seek bigger picture in using drones but libertarians incensed', Sydney Morning Herald, 13 May 2012
'Time to wind back secrecy against refugees', The Australian, 11 May 2012
'Victorian ani-corruption body comes under fire, ABC, 10 May 2012
'Ethnicity the issue as opinion sought on police search powers', The Australian, 4 May 2012
'Final word awaits us on issue of free speech and parole. Lex Wooten case', The Australian, 16 March 2012
'Laws won’t deter attacks on police’ The Age, 27 April 2012
‘Ted Baillieu showed the rights stuff’, The Australian, 30 March 2012
Outcry over special rules for corrupt judges’, The Age, 14 March 2012
'Ted Baillieu urged to scrap human rights charter’, The Australian, 12 March 2012
‘Police to carry controversial stun guns’, ABC, 12 March 2012
‘Baillieu's commitment to a fair Victoria is on the line’, The Age, 10 March 2012
'The Kafkaesque world of security assessments’, Australian Jewish Democratic Society, 29 February 2012
'Threat from enemy within makes anti-terrorism laws indispensable’, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 February 2012
'Complaints to Watchdogs Soar', The Age, 1 January 2012.
AUDIO. Immediate Past President Michael Pearce SC, interview. Steve Vizard MTR program. 'Police raid on The Age'.
The Age newspaper raided in hacking probe, The Australian, 16 December 2011
'Law Enforcers use Data to follow Myki Passengers' Herald Sun, 8 November 2011
'Agencies Split over Eviction' The Age 28 October 2011
'Pub Police: every sip you take they'll be watching you' The Age 23 October 2011
What is Reasonable is a dubious matter for law' Spencer Zifcak, Opinion, Legal Affairs Section, The Australian, 14 September 2011
'Second Watchdog Takes Aim at OPI', The Age, 14 October 2011
'Liberty Victoria radio interview on Andrew Bolt federal court judgment', MTR Radio with Steve Price, 4 October 2011.
'Moonee Valley ID Scanners plan hits a bump' Moonee Valley Weekly, 4 October 2011
'You'll Never Walk Alone' Public transport Safety Officers. The Age, 27 September 2011
'Malaysia Solution asylum-seeker allocation 'will be exhausted within months', The Australian, 24 September 2011
'Critics of Malaysia ruling miss the point' Spencer Zifcak, Opinion, Legal Affairs Section, The Australian, 9 September 2011
'Calls for Overhaul of Terrorism Laws', SBS News, 8 September 2011
Lawyer ready for migration scrap', The Australian, 7 September 2011
There's a case for review of Victoria's Charter of Rights but not abandonment', Spencer Zifcak, Opinion, The Australian, 2 September 2011
Remember our responsibility to protect refugees' Julian Burnside AO QC, Opinion, The Australian, 2 September 2011.
Malaysia Solution: 'Stand back and take a deep breath' says Burnside' The Conversation, 1 September 2011.
'Processing asylum seekers: how it works' Sydney Morning Herald, 1 September 2011
'Human rights lawyer discusses High Court ruling' VIDEO, Julian Burnside AO QC, on ABC Breakfast News, 1 Sept 2011
Australians dont fully understand what is being done in their name', Julian Burnside AO QC, Opinion, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 August 2011
'Despite the naysayers, this system proves it can help the government and the people', Spencer Zifcak, Opinion, The Australian, 12 August 2011
'Legislate the right to privacy' Michael Pearce SC, Opinion, The Age 27 July 2011
'Station guards' powers of arrest' The Age, 28 June 2011
'Charter gives protection the the rights we all share', LV President Spencer Zifcak, SMH, 17 June 2011.
'Rally condemns Malaysia solution', The Age, 19 June 2011. Committee member Julian Burnside speaks to the crowd.
'President Spencer Zifcak talks about plans to rework Victoria's double jeopardy rules'. Radio: ABC breakfast. 8 June 2011
'Police get access to call records of 50,234 people', Herald Sun, 4 June 2011
'No knockbacks as cops, OPI seek wires, record', The Australian, 4 June 2011
'Tasers: Tools of the trade, or too risky?', ABC News, 2 June 2011
'Vic Government casts rules aside for revote', The Age, 1 June 2011
'Stoush begins on Victorian Bill re-vote', Age online, 1 June 2011
'The curse of the foul-language law'. The Age, 1 June 2011
'Now butt out: new push seeks to outlaw cigarettes' The Age, 17 May 2011
'Hundreds slapped with fines in swearing offensive', The Age 3 May 2011
'Lawyers welcome Jack Rush Victoria police probe powers'. The Australian, 11 May 2011
'Welcome to Australia, Land of Cruelty', Sydney Morning Herald, 10 May 2011
'Advocates vow fight over change to visas', The Canberra Times, 27 April 2011.
'More heat on the beat', Herald Sun, 25 April 2011.
'Blurring the humanitarian welcome mat' Galus Australis, 21 April 2011.
'Vic human rights charter under review' Ninemsn, 19 April 2011.
'Taser report triggers rollout worries'ABC Central Victoria, 15 April 2011.
'A Fair Go for all? Then for God's sake, don't look back' SMH, 11 April 2011.
'Are rail guards getting above their station?' The Age, 10 April 2011.
'Arrest Powers for Guards' The Age, 10 April 2011
'Call for new laws to protect personal online data' The Canberra Times. 8 April 2011.
'Free speech or hate speech? How offensive can you be?'The Age, 3 April 2011.
'Burglar busted by Victoria Police's new iFace system' Herald Sun, 23 March 2011.
Privacy fear over agencies' mega-merger: Medicare, Centrelink data plan, The Australian, 22 March 2011.
'Liberty expresses concern about campaign against Muslim prayer' Liberty Victoria, 03 March 2011.
'Victorian publicans get the right to punish drunks'' Herald Sun, 2 March 2011.
'Law Experts say Wikileaks in the clear.' World Today, ABC News, 7 December 2010
'Gillard prejudicing Assange's right to a fair trail', ABC News 7 December 2010
Liberty Criticizes PM and AG over Julian Assange, 6 December 2010
Reveals: How the ALP keeps secret files on voters, The Age, 23 November 2010
'AFL deputy sheriff in police deal' The Age, 12 October 2010
"Under the Cover-Up' The Age, 9 October 2010
"Magpies furious at rape case naming' Sydney Morning Herald, 7 October 2010
'Move to widen police DNA powers' The Age, 6 October 2010
'Victoria police make 50 000 phone checks in 2009-10' Herald Sun, 1 October 2010
'Capsicum spray used to restrain 12yr old boy' ABC Online, 29 September 2010
'Overland admits journos' records accessed' The Australian, 25 September 2010
'Aborigines sue Bolt over racial writings' The Age, 15 September 2010
'AG Pushes for Shield law to protect sources' The Age, 13 September 2010
'Police files on AFL figures open to league' The Age, 7 August 2010
'Rights Watchdog savages war on knives' The Age, 29 July 2010
'Parties in Race to the Bottom on Knives' The Age, 26 July 2010
'National Human Rights Consultation Report' 11 October 2009
'Internet Censorship - Joint Statement with GetUp!' 13 July 2009
'Voltaire Award Dinner' 1 July 2009
'Gist of It goes Live' 29 May 2009
‘Asylum seekers’ 17 April 2009
‘Bikie gangs and the charter of human rights’ 28 March 2009
‘Liberty Victoria leadership changes’ 17 December 2008
‘Commonwealth human rights inquiry’ 10 December 2008
‘Trial by media of Theo Theophanous’ 16 October 2008
‘Time to decriminalise abortion’ 9 September 2008
‘Keelty must go’ 2 September 2008
‘Booze bus becomes Big Brother bus’ 14 May 2008
‘Student register open to abuse’ 5 May 2008
‘FOI important tool for open and accountable government’ 15 February 2008