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Jeremy Boland appointed to AMC taskforce Wednesday, 11th May 2011 Jeremy Boland was appointed on Tuesday 5 April 2011 to the ACT Attorney-Generalā??s Alexander Maconochie Centre Taskforce. The role of the taskforce will be to advise the ACT Government on an appropriate response to the independent review of the first 12 months of operations at the AMC and then oversee implementation of the Government's response. Read more
GBL's new website Tuesday, 10th May 2011 GBL is pleased to have launched its new website, which we trust will offer easier access to information and be more feature rich. Read more
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service Tuesday, 19th April 2011 Gillian Beaumont Legal has been appointed to manage the appointment of the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service's new General Counsel. Read more
Risk Factors Saturday, 2nd April 2011 Understanding the set of complex experiences that lead to a damaged window is critical to understanding the people for whom we come to work every day. In the end, understanding this complex set of experiences is critical to doing what we do well. Read more
Books for All Saturday, 2nd April 2011 "Books for All" is a campaign to raise money to purchase books from an approved list for the Alexander Maconochie Centre Library. Read more
The Pull of the Public Sector Saturday, 2nd April 2011 Can the public sector really compete for top legal talent? Read more
Good relationships underpin successful outcomes Saturday, 2nd April 2011 If teachers at Bimberi Youth Detention Centre want to mitigate the potential for violence in their classrooms, they should pay more attention to building caring, trusting relationships with the incarcerated children whom it is their great responsibility - and privilege - to help educate. Read more
Moving beyond the cliches Saturday, 2nd April 2011 Anybody who has worked in the public service will be well aware of words and phrases which try to express important concepts. Though they seem to express sophisticated ideas, when used without a context, they can say very little at all. Read more