Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray is an international legal writer for several Key Media publications, including Australasian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer, and Human Resources Director. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines – Diliman with a degree in Sociology and a Juris Doctor degree from San Beda University. Her reporting and research cover all areas of law and legislative developments across different jurisdictions.

She is also a social sciences lecturer to incoming medical students. Her free time is devoted to doing paralegal work for pro bono cases. She is deeply passionate about intersectional feminism, sustainable development, and social justice.

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Government settles sexual harassment claims against former High Court justice

Government settles sexual harassment claims against former High Court justice

'We have listened to them and we apologise,' says Attorney-General

Supreme Court to hear the case of WA's unvaccinated police force

Supreme Court to hear the case of WA's unvaccinated police force

A 'pro-choice' officer initiated the proceeding against a public health order

Victorian anti-discrimination bill limits religious exceptions

Victorian anti-discrimination bill limits religious exceptions

Bill is said to 'better protect' LGBTIQ+ and other Victorians against discrimination in the workplace and schools

High Court to clarify 'employee' vs 'contractor' definition

High Court to clarify 'employee' vs 'contractor' definition

Ruling would set the requirements as to when a contractor becomes an 'employee'

High Court case challenges existing 'labour hire arrangement' practice

High Court case challenges existing 'labour hire arrangement' practice

Federal Court's Chief Justice sides with the worker but says court is ‘bound’ by case law

Court holds employer liable for $1 million due to psychiatric injury

Court holds employer liable for $1 million due to psychiatric injury

Employee claims 'extreme demands' of his work worsened 'depressive illness'

WA man faces child abuse material possession charges

WA man faces child abuse material possession charges

The use of such material is "not a victimless crime," authorities said

Federal Court dismisses workers' injunctive relief application against mandatory vaccine

Federal Court dismisses workers' injunctive relief application against mandatory vaccine

The employees claimed that such a policy was against their enterprise agreements

Victoria's anti-discrimination law to shield against intersex discrimination

Victoria's anti-discrimination law to shield against intersex discrimination

The recent addition is part of the state's growing list of protected attributes

Victorian Supreme Court acquits man of murder charge on mental impairment grounds

Victorian Supreme Court acquits man of murder charge on mental impairment grounds

The defendant has instead been placed under custodial supervision