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Rugby player Dennis Tutty went to the High Court and changed Australian sport – but there's still a tough issue left to tackle

By David William Trodden, Chief executive of NSW Rugby League and PhD candidate, University of New England
Michael Adams, Professor of Corporate Law & Head UNE Law School, University of New England
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A 1971 High Court ruling on rugby league contracts set an important Australian precedent on human rights. Fifty years on, we need to decide if players deserve the right to a presumption of innocence.The Conversation

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