Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson is a writer for Australasian Lawyer, with expertise in reporting on employment law and legal ethics. She also writes for HRD Australia and is studying a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology Sydney. In 2020, Georgia returned home to Sydney after working as a professional ballerina in Europe. Upon graduating from the Dutch National Ballet Academy in Amsterdam with a Bachelor of Arts, she joined the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. There, she was fortunate to perform a number of world-renowned classical ballets, including Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker.

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Journo's 'ill-advised' Logies speech delays trial in Brittany Higgins case

Journo's 'ill-advised' Logies speech delays trial in Brittany Higgins case

ACT Supreme Court chief justice found that Lisa Wilkinson's comments "assumed the guilt of the accused"

Federal Court slaps Google with $715,000 fine over videos slamming ex-NSW deputy premier

Federal Court slaps Google with $715,000 fine over videos slamming ex-NSW deputy premier

The court found that the tech giant didn't seem to seriously implement its hate speech policy

High Court rejects man's bid to control de facto partner's assets in landmark call

High Court rejects man's bid to control de facto partner's assets in landmark call

The ruling sets a "monumental precedence" for those who lack the capacity to make financial decisions

Is it hard to win unfair dismissal?

Is it hard to win unfair dismissal?

MinterEllison and Holding Redlich break down the factors in pursuing an unfair dismissal claim in Australia

First Nations on-country evidence heard by Queensland Land Court in court first

First Nations on-country evidence heard by Queensland Land Court in court first

The case involves the Galilee Coal Project proposed by Clive Palmer-owned Waratah Coal

Federal Court hears testimony regarding Afghan teen's killing in Ben Roberts-Smith case

Federal Court hears testimony regarding Afghan teen's killing in Ben Roberts-Smith case

The war veteran was accused of unlawfully killing the youth in the latest update to a long-running defamation battle

Full Federal Court throws out Qantas appeal over staff outsourcing decision

Full Federal Court throws out Qantas appeal over staff outsourcing decision

The judgment opens Qantas to millions of dollars in potential penalties and compensation orders

High Court slaps union with maximum penalty under Fair Work Act

High Court slaps union with maximum penalty under Fair Work Act

The CFMEU's historical "disregard of the law" factored into the decision

Federal Court slaps Westpac with $1.5m fine for unsolicited insurance products

Federal Court slaps Westpac with $1.5m fine for unsolicited insurance products

The action against the Big 4 bank is part of a broader clampdown on industry practices

Community orgs urge government action on Aboriginal Community Benefit Fund failure

Community orgs urge government action on Aboriginal Community Benefit Fund failure

About 15,000 First Nations policyholders suffered losses