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A dignified death free from pain and suffering is something we all deserve. In this episode of Law Matters, Catherine Henry is joined by Hunter senior geriatrician, founding Chair of Hunter Ageing Alliance, and 2024 NSW Senior Australian of the Year, Dr. John Ward to explore the profound implications of the recently introduced Voluntary Assisted Dy…
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Inquests provide an important process to examine unexplained deaths. They serve to provide families with some form of solace for their loss, and the community with lessons to avoid repeating past mistakes. But some say the coronial inquest system is broken. In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, guest host Ray Watterson, Adjun…
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Recently retired family lawyer, accredited family law specialist, and University of Newcastle law academic, Rachael Wallbank has played a pivotal role in numerous groundbreaking cases in Australia involving individuals identifying as transgender or intersex. In part two of our two-part special, Catherine Henry engages in a thought-provoking convers…
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Join Catherine Henry and recently retired family lawyer, accredited family law specialist, and University of Newcastle law academic, Rachael Wallbank for this two-part special where we explore the pivotal legal cases that have significantly influenced the legal landscape in Australia for individuals identifying as transgender or intersex. In part o…
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Growing older is a privilege, but let’s face it, our elders are not always treated with the respect they should be. In this episode of Law Matters, Catherine Henry delves into the many areas of elder law with one of the nation’s foremost elder law experts, Rodney Lewis AM. In this episode you’ll find out: The many varied aspects of elder law Aged c…
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Contesting an estate can be a long and difficult road. In this episode of Law Matters, the team at Catherine Henry Lawyers looks at why people contest estates, when it’s legally valid for someone to dispute a will, and how best to navigate through the murky waters of wills and estates. Join Practice Leader of Relationship Law, Rob Dilley, in conver…
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One in three mothers are likely to experience trauma during childbirth, yet it’s something that’s not talked about enough. In this episode of Law Matters – to highlight Birth Trauma Awareness Week – Catherine Henry speaks to Co-Founder and CEO of the Australasian Birth Trauma Association, Amy Dawes, about her birth trauma experience and why she wan…
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Following on from last month’s episode looking at medical negligence in Indigenous communities. This month Law Matters turns its lens to funding for the Aboriginal Legal Service. The Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS) provides free legal advice and representation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders across the country, but a sharp increase in dem…
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Truth is, Indigenous communities still face systemic racism in the Australian medical system today. In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, you’ll hear stories of families who have lost loved ones because of poor treatment in Australian hospitals and health facilities and why birthing centres can still be a place of trauma for …
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Are you one of the 550,000 Australians accessing support from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)? In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, join Solicitor Ellen Higginbottom as she delves into the legal complexities and struggles that people with disability face when dealing with the NDIS. Ellen is joined by Jenny Dr…
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When it comes to lawyers working in the regions, the landscape has changed considerably over the past 10 to 15 years. In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, we’ll be exploring the difficulties and the benefits of working in regional NSW. For this episode, Catherine Henry speaks to former Dean of Law at the University of Wollon…
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When Jamelle Wells’s relatively healthy, 85-year-old father took a fall, no one thought that he would die shortly after. But that’s what happened. In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, join Catherine as she speaks to prominent ABC Journalist, Jamelle Wells about the treatment of her father in regional hospitals in NSW and why…
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There’s a lot of pressure for the holiday season to be perfect. But for those going through separations, negotiating co-parenting or dealing with difficult conversations around the care of elderly relatives, Christmas can be far from perfect. In this month’s episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, join Practice Leader in Relationship L…
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Have you seen those ads that make cosmetic surgery sound like a luxury holiday? Don’t be fooled. In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, Senior Associate Tahnee Woods speaks to Plastic Surgeon Dr. Kirstin Miteff about the dangers of underqualified doctors calling themselves cosmetic surgeons. Find out exactly what you need to k…
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The health of women and the laws around women’s bodies have always been intrinsically linked. In this episode of Law Matters with Catherine Henry Lawyers, Catherine speaks to the CEO of Women’s Health NSW, Denele Crozier. Catherine and Denele have worked together on important legislation around abortion rights, including the controversial Zoe’s law…
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