The case of two AFL executives who lost their jobs over private and intimate relations with coworkers has put a spotlight on the question of when, and where, an employer has the right to delve into the private lives of its employees.
This article by Tony Rossi was published on the Law Society of South Australia website and in Points Of Law in the Adelaide Advertiser on 19th of June, 2017. The article discusses the idea that increased penalties will not curb terrorism in Australia.
Law Society of SA President, Tony Rossi in the May 2017 edition of The Bulletin states: "It is an unfortunate reality that the terms “access to justice” and “pro-bono” are associated." Tony Rossi reports to members on how Adelaide played host to the National Access to Justice and Pro Bono Conference on 23-24 March, and in his opening address he discussed the relationship between pro-bono legal work and legal aid, arguing that pro-bono cannot be seen as a substitute for legal aid.
President of the Law Society of South Australia, Tony Rossi reports to members in the April 2017 edition of The Bulletin on how the Society identifies a continuing failure on the part of Government to adequately resource the courts and the justice system in South Australia.
Tony Rossi, as President of the Law Society of South Australia reports to members in the March 2017 edition of The Bulletin how the Society must continue to speak loudly in support of the interest of the most vulnerable in our community as the Government’s draft Children and Young People (Safety) Bill 2016 was disappointing in its failure to adopt many of the recommendations set out in the Child Protection Systems Royal Commission Report of the Hon. Margaret Nyland.