How to find out what’s really going on in the legal profession…
Justinian is Australia’s most revered and disturbing law journal. For over 26 years, with loving attention to detail, it has chronicled the exquisite finery and the dirty linen of the legal profession. We report notorious instances of flair and fumbling at the bar, failures in judicial rectitude, secret correspondence from lofty sources and who is acting for whom and for how much.
Sir Terence O’Rort, Barry Lane, Theodora, Evan Whitton, Ginger Snatch, William Collins, Buffalo Bruce and other regular columnists are filing news from all the interesting nooks and crannies. Harold Skimpole is writing from London and Roger Fitch from Washington. Every alternate day News Of The World conveniently links to the latest stories about lawyers and the law both here and abroad.
Justinian is now published entirely on-line with new material posted at least every few days.
An annual subscription costs $295 a year – GST inclusive. We also offer a free two week trial so you can sample our wares without obligation.
Subscribers are alerted by email when important news stories or features are published. However, we urge our readers to keep an eye on the site for fresh stories.
Access to our articles is by individual user-name and password. Multiple subscriptions and IP fixing are available on application.
The editor of Justinian is Richard Ackland, who has had 30 years experience in legal journalism. He worked as a reporter on The Australian Financial Review, wrote the “Clancy” column for the old National Times, was the founding presenter of the hosted discussion show Late Night Live on ABC Radio National, presented the Radio National Breakfast show, wrote and presented ABC TV’s Media Watch and is a columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald. He also edits the leading on-line media law journal Gazette of Law & Journalism
He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org