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Renowned female lawyer leaves significant bequest to Monash University

Monash University has received one of its largest ever gifts from the estate of highly respected lawyer and Monash alumna Francine V McNiff, who donated $3.72 million to the University.

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How heterosexual couples are protesting marriage inequality

As the spring wedding season warms up, increasing numbers of heterosexual couples are using their wedding ceremonies to call for a change to Australia’s marriage law.

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Research by the Faculty of Law at Monash University and the University of New South Wales has led directly to the ACT overhauling its outdated needle distribution laws.

Research leads to law reforms

Research by the Faculty of Law at Monash University and the University of New South Wales has led directly to an overhaul of the ACT's outdated needle distribution laws. The...

Research by the Faculty of Law at Monash University and the University of New South Wales has led directly to the ACT overhauling its outdated needle distribution laws.

Research leads to law reforms

Research by the Faculty of Law at Monash University and the University of New South Wales has led directly to an overhaul of the ACT's outdated needle distribution laws. The...

Ms Melissa Castan.

Constitutional recognition: two steps forward after one step back

by Melissa Castan The work towards constitutional reform and Indigenous recognition saw some optimistic developments last week. “It was the rumble we had to have,” said Noel Pearson of the...

Ms Melissa Castan.

Constitutional recognition: two steps forward after one step back

by Melissa Castan The work towards constitutional reform and Indigenous recognition saw some optimistic developments last week. “It was the rumble we had to have,” said Noel Pearson of the...

Ms Melissa Castan.

Constitutional recognition: two steps forward after one step back

by Melissa Castan The work towards constitutional reform and Indigenous recognition saw some optimistic developments last week. “It was the rumble we had to have,” said Noel Pearson of the...

Dr Paula Gerber

With no Coalition free vote, where to now on the road to same-sex marriage?

by Paula Gerba The much-anticipated announcement of the government’s position on same-sex marriage raised more questions than it answered. By rejecting a free vote on same-sex marriage for Coalition MPs...