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Like being ‘slapped’ or ‘kicked’: judicial bullying is a problem in Australian courtrooms

By Ray Nickson, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Newcastle Law School, University of Newcastle
Alice Neikirk, Program Convenor, Criminology, University of Newcastle
Long a taboo subject within the profession, judges or magistrates bullying lawyers continues to be a problem in courtrooms, and more needs to be done to stamp it out.The Conversation

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