Time to restore procedural fairness and justice to the Australian Family Law System

Below is an article in the Courier Mail reporting on reactions to my submission to the family law inquiry. I am deeply honoured and delighted to be so heavily criticised by those who clearly epitomise the current status quo. I shall carry such a criticism as a badge of immense honour and satisfaction. To be […]

Derailing Australia’s Campus Rape Panic

Published on December 21, 2019 written by Bettina Arndt As 2019 draws to a close, the manufactured rape crisis on Australian university campuses has suffered an important setback. Last month, a Queensland Supreme Court ruled that universities have no jurisdiction to adjudicate sexual assault. This prompted a major speech by the Federal Education Minister in […]