Law Council calls for stronger safeguards to counter-terrorism legislation

Mon Dec 14 2015

The Law Council of Australia has expressed concerns regarding the latest counter-terrorism bill, particularly the expansion of control orders. The LCA noted that the Bill reduces the age at which control orders can be applied and effectively allows evidence to be admitted into a control order proceeding without the subject of a control order, or his/her legal representative, having access to the information. Learn more here.

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