Imprisonment of Indigenous People with Cognitive Impairment: What Do Professional Stakeholders Think?

Patrick Keyzer La Trobe Law School Australia

By Patrick Keyzer Last Wednesday the Senate released Terms of Reference for an Inquiry into the Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive Impairment or Psychiatric Illness in Australia.  The stories of Marlon Noble, Rosie Ann Fulton and many other indigenous… Continue Reading

Bureaucracy, Law and Intimacy Workshop

Marc Trabsky La Trobe Law School

In Paul Du Gay’s In Praise of Bureaucracy: Weber, Organization, Ethics (2000), the author aims to recover an “ethos of bureaucratic office”. He resurrects ethico-political techniques of bureaucratic institutions, which have long been criticised for marginalising, if not excluding personal,… Continue Reading