Gabrielle Appleby

Reshaping government legal services in the public interest

How to best provide legal services to the public sector is a question being struggled with by governments everywhere. In determining structural questions such as centralisation and contestability, the government must consider not just value for money, but independence and the public interest, Gabrielle Appleby writes. Read More

Federal ICAC case strong, despite anti-bribery measures

Anti-corruption processes across key federal entities, led by the Australian Federal Police, have been enhanced in recent years in response to major foreign bribery cases. But no matter how good these measures are, they do little to weaken the case for a federal ICAC. Read More