Principles should guide Model approach

“Laws without morals are useless” is the motto of a prestigious US university but not, it would seem, a guide for the Australian Governmnent in High Court litigation against the land and property rights of Aborigines. Barrister Ernst Willheim argues that the government should include human rights and non-discrimination principles in its Legal Services Directions so that a commitment to morality ensures just terms among justice for all Australians.

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