Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray is a writer for Key Media’s legal publications, including Australasian Lawyer and Canadian Lawyer. 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 in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

She is also a Social Sciences lecturer to university seniors and incoming students of medicine. 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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High Court sides with WA in $30bn legal battle against mining magnate

High Court sides with WA in $30bn legal battle against mining magnate

The court upheld legislation extinguishing the state’s liabilities

Solicitor seeks High Court’s favour over work-related psychiatric injury

Solicitor seeks High Court’s favour over work-related psychiatric injury

The solicitor says the State of Victoria’s failure to maintain a safe workplace resulted in trauma

Retired SA public servant pleads guilty to paying families to victimise minors on camera

Retired SA public servant pleads guilty to paying families to victimise minors on camera

The offender threatened the families of the Filipino victims with starvation if they didn’t fulfill requests

Government challenges landmark decision on climate change suit

Government challenges landmark decision on climate change suit

The appeal questions the government’s duty of care to children in environmental decisions

Media companies liable for defamatory comments left by users on their Facebook pages: High Court

Media companies liable for defamatory comments left by users on their Facebook pages: High Court

By creating and posting content on a public page, page owners assist the defamation

New vaping laws restrict access to imported nicotine e-cigarettes

New vaping laws restrict access to imported nicotine e-cigarettes

Customers must present a prescription from an Australian doctor in order to get their fix

Employee unlawfully dismissed for disclosing workplace records in aid of a murder investigation

Employee unlawfully dismissed for disclosing workplace records in aid of a murder investigation

The NSW Supreme Court ruled that the provisions of an employment contract cannot defeat public policy

NSW Supreme Court to rule on mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for workers

NSW Supreme Court to rule on mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for workers

The court heard the final submissions for two suits against the health minister on Wednesday