Ugur Nedim looks into the moral compunction behind the recent convictions of Nazi concentration camp workers.
Isha Karnik’s law degree has taught her how the power of emotive storytelling and cutting to the chase assists her in everyday work challenges.
Ugur Nedim looks at the planned abortion legislation in Victoria and NSW and the impact it will potentially have on women around the nation.
With the Syrian refugee crisis continuing to dominate headlines, Ugur Nedim directs us to other current examples of human rights abuses worthy of our attention.
Ugur Nedim looks into the administrative error made by the NSW Police and its effect on the children wrongfully detained as a result.
It all started as a harmless joke on a Facebook trading group, ‘BABY FOR SALE – $7,500,’ the heading read. But for local man Adam Tuzynski, his innocent joke soon turned into a nightmare – Solicitor Ugur Nedim breaks it down for us.
Solicitor Ugur Nedim looks deeper into the report that investigates the claims of gender bias within the Australian criminal law system.
Ugur Nedim draws light upon an often forgotten issue in domestic violence cases – the welfare of household pets.
Resident law expert Ugur Nedim recounts some of Hollywood’s law convictions…it’s probably best if you don’t ask these stars to sign their mug shots.
Ugur Nedim outlines the problems with the tough new drinking laws in QLD & NSW, including the proposal to breathaylse patrons within establishments.
Ugur Nedim outlines the case for changing the current infanticide law to incorporate a better understanding of post-natal depression.
2015 has been a tough year for those who profess to support alternative medical treatments…Ugur Nedim looks at the recent police crackdown on alternative health providers, including the recent arrest of a Sydney Naturopath.
With violence toward healthcare professionals a growing problem, WA lawmakers are awarding them police powers, but will it work?
A town in the US has started the Peacemaker Fellowship, a method of crime control where they pay their worst troublemakers to behave themselves, but Ugur Nedim questions whether it’s the money or the personalised program that’s generating the positive results.
After a slew of high-profile wrongful arrest cases in NSW and the ACT, Ugur Nedim cautions that the police may not always have a full grasp of the laws they’re supposed to be upholding.
With criticism following #Budget2015 over a limp budgetary response to domestic violence, Ugur Nedim, like all of us, wants something done, and done now. But what more can we do?
It’s the conversation no-one wants to have, but failing to disclose a sexually transmitted infection (STI) to a partner could land you in trouble with the law – Ugur Nedim warns you to think clearly through this one before making a decision.
With “catfish fraud” is growing problem for Aussies and scammers claiming upwards of $8.9 million from NSW alone, Ugur Nedim provides advice on how to deal with your own evil online lothario.
With Sofia Vergara locked in a high-profile dispute over IVF-created embryos Ugur Nedim tells you where the law in Oz stands on the issue.
NSW police officers ought to live up to a high standard of integrity, writes Ugur Nedim, but with the increasing number of cops with a criminal record on the beat, can the police stand by the courage of their convictions?
After Jesse Willesee was arrested and charged yesterday protesting to decriminalise medical marijuana, lawyer Ugur Nedim breaks down the law and our right to protest.