Parish McCulloch - Darwin, Nt 0800

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Level 1 , Darwin , NORTHERN TERRITORY 0800

1300 201 203







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Parish McCulloch is a boutique legal firm currently with offices in Melbourne and Darwin, and senior consultant solicitors in other places around Australia.

Parish McCulloch is located in the Darwin area of NT. There are at least 20 other listings in the 0800 postcode area.

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Elmer who? I wonder what Bugs Bunny reckons ... @beneltham
Tue Mar 08 09:30:58 +0000 2016
Presumably he's punting on a Coalition election win. There is no place for an ideological warrior like this as a Dept CEO. @RHTGreen
Tue Mar 08 09:07:47 +0000 2016
RT @RobertRoehlen: Ohhh Martin, there's a tenor of desperation there, understandably so. I'm pleased. #ntpol #lockthegate…
Tue Mar 08 09:04:44 +0000 2016
Darwin Port sale/lease still looks a very good deal despite real qns raised by tabling of lease documents in Senate.
Tue Mar 08 09:03:52 +0000 2016
We must also have national debates on the Theory of Relativity and whether the earth is flat ...
Tue Mar 08 08:43:10 +0000 2016
“I think its unprofessional and I’m not surprised it came out." Well yes, apparently it did ...
Tue Mar 08 08:39:46 +0000 2016
RT @MarkBahnisch: Millions of ordinary Americans support Donald Trump. Here's why | Thomas Frank
Tue Mar 08 08:10:11 +0000 2016
Que? Have #nbn reconnected Jimmy Little's Royal Telephone? That sure would be impressive! @theadvocatetas @beneltham
Tue Mar 08 08:08:29 +0000 2016
As a badly disillusioned Catholic I certainly hope so. Crucial step in demonstrating Church is serious about CSA.
Tue Mar 08 08:00:45 +0000 2016
RT @MattCunningham4: Willem Westra van Holthe says he'll contest poll and eyes front bench return after Central Council vote of support htt…
Tue Mar 08 07:52:01 +0000 2016

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A TERRITORY TESTAMENTARY TALE - A Northern Territory Supreme Court decision handed down on Wednesday provides a wistful postscript to the life of a great eccentric Territory character as well as a salutary warning to aspiring DIY will drafters. Andrew McMillan was the self-styled Hunter S Thompson of the Northern Territory. A well-known author, journalist and erstwhile musician, his books included Strict Rules (which dealt with the 1986 Warumpi Band/Midnight Oil tour), Death in Dili, Catalina Dreaming and the award-winning An Intruder’s Guide to East Arnhem Land. For more see
11/15/2014 7:51:37 PM

ROUGH JUSTICE FOR REFUGEES - Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v SZSCA (“SZSCA”) [2014] HCA 45, a case decided yesterday in the High Court of Australia, highlights the far-reaching results for refugees (and for that matter Australia’s human rights record) if the Migration and Maritime Powers Legislation Amendment (Resolving the Asylum Legacy Caseload) Bill 2014 currently before the Australian Parliament is enacted. For more see
11/15/2014 7:49:35 PM

CAPTAIN'S PICK HITS REEF - my extended analysis of the Nova Peris case at Parish McCulloch website/blog
11/8/2014 4:40:47 AM

CLIVE ALIVE IN POLITICS BUT FOR HOW LONG? Musing about the future of PUP and Clive Palmer in light of further revelations about conduct which might well lead to major fraud charges against him. See
11/7/2014 10:06:21 PM

Ken Parish discusses the fundamental issues involved when clients seek legal services.
11/6/2014 4:38:06 AM

Union "whistleblower facing $1.4 million fraud allegations plays the mental health card ... The civil claim against controversial unionist Kathy Jackson, who is being sued for $1.4 million for fraud and theft, has been delayed for a number of months due to her mental health problems. The Federal Court on Wednesday heard evidence of Ms Jackson's health problems - certain details of which were suppressed by Justice Richard Tracey. Justice Tracey said that the evidence of her psychiatrist Irwin Pakula was that Ms Jackson would not be able to deal with her legal issues until mid-January 2015 at the earliest. See Ken Parish's insight: The good old mental illness gambit, beloved of spoiled brat television personalities who bash their girlfriends. I am sure the Federal Court's general power to make interlocutory orders in the interests of justice would include a power to order a defendant, who might be feigning or exaggerating illness, to submit to medical examination by a psychiatrist appointed by the court. Sadly, although medical experts are supposedly bound by Court Rules and practice directions intended to emphasise the need for them to be impartial, it still isn't difficult for a party to shop around and find a congenial expert. She who pays the piper calls the tune, as they say. And when you have had as much access to union funds as Kathy Jackson apparently has, you can afford a very talented and tuneful piper. Of course, it could be an entirely genuine medical condition. None of us knows otherwise. But nor does Tracy J. All he has to go on is medical reports from psychiatrists paid by the defendant. I can't help thinking of the well-known remarks of Hunt J about insurance company defendant doctors in the seminal bias case Vakauta v Kelly: The learned trial judge's adverse comments about Dr. Lawson, Dr. Revai and Dr. Dyball in the course of the trial of the present case were indeed strong: "that unholy trinity"; the G.I.O.'s "usual panel of doctors who think you can do a full week's work without any arms or legs"; whose "views are almost inevitably slanted in favour of the GIO by whom they have been retained, consciously or unconsciously."
11/5/2014 1:19:10 PM

Our offices etc
11/4/2014 2:47:24 AM

Hmm. I managed to drag the firm logo across using the Windows "Paint" accessory tool. It's a bit blurry but should be OK for the moment. So I guess I will deem our very small law firm to have a Facebook presence! I'm not sure what it is likely to achieve, but we certainly have some high profile cases coming up so it can't hurt. OTOH you can't actually discuss current cases in a public forum for obvious reasons (client confidentiality/privilege). Moreover, I have no intention of putting up crass marketing posts/updates, apart from anything else because I think that is more likely to antagonise readers than attract new customers/clients. What I'm actually intending to do here is to discuss current legal issues/stories in a reasonably accessible way and see if we can get some discussion going. After all, most of the "friends" on my list are lawyers or CDU law graduates who will hopefully have some interest in discussing legal stuff. As for the family members on the list, I apologise in advance. Feel free to ignore those posts!
11/3/2014 10:22:53 PM

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11/3/2014 5:01:47 AM

I'm still trying to work out how to set up this page. I thought I had done it through PageModo but seemingly not ...
11/3/2014 4:51:04 AM

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