New Edition of the Arts Insurance Handbook Available Now New Edition of the Arts Insurance Handbook Available Now
3rd July 2018

Get your hands on the new edition of this user-friendly guide to the insurance world for artists and non-profit arts organisations!

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University of Canberra Vice Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize Review University of Canberra Vice Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize Review
6th June 2018

We have reviewed the terms and conditions of the University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize in the Australian Capital Territory.

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Australian Book Review’s 2018 Calibre Essay Prize Gets it ‘Write’ Australian Book Review’s 2018 Calibre Essay Prize Gets it ‘Write’
19th December 2017

This month Arts Law has reviewed the Australian Book Review’s 2018 Calibre Essay Prize.

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The Law Council of Australia’s Justice Project: Arts Law’s Submission The Law Council of Australia’s Justice Project: Arts Law’s Submission
22nd November 2017

Arts Law welcomed the opportunity to submit a response to the Law Council of Australia's Justice Project consultation paper.

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New research involving private art businesses - take part New research involving private art businesses - take part
5th May 2016

Deloitte Access Economics are produceing a report on the cultural and economic value of Indigenous visual arts.

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Media Release: Arts Law sees no vision for the arts in 2016-2017 Budget Media Release: Arts Law sees no vision for the arts in 2016-2017 Budget
4th May 2016

The 2016-2017 Budget shows no vision for the arts or its role in relation to jobs, growth and innovation – the PM’s key themes. 

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Inquiry into remedies for the serious invasion of privacy in NSW Report 2016 Inquiry into remedies for the serious invasion of privacy in NSW Report 2016
4th April 2016

People in NSW may soon be able to sue for serious invasions of privacy, after a report from the legislative Standing Committee on Law and Justice recommended a statutory cause of action be introduced.

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Defamed in 140 characters or less Defamed in 140 characters or less
29th February 2016

There’s the old adage which says that ‘Words are free. It’s how you use them, that may cost you’. So how relevant is this saying today? 

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