David Weisbrot AM is emeritus professor of law at the University of Sydney, past president of the Australian Law Reform Commission, a fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, and an adjunct professor of law at the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre, Victoria University.
The wrongful conviction of Kathleen Folbigg: why did it happen and what must be done to stop it from happening again?
It is 41 years since Lindy Chamberlain was convicted for a non-existent crime, spent nearly five years in prison, and had her family life destroyed. Continue reading »
An independent review body will buttress the courts, remedying miscarriages of justice by deciphering often complex expert evidence. Continue reading »