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Nick Ferrett

Nick Ferrett is a barrister at the private bar in Brisbane. He specialises in commercial law - particularly trade practices, contract disputes and equity. Nick is also a long-standing member of the Liberal Party.


The new zealots and Alan Jones
Law & Liberties - 9/10/2012 - 38 comments
'W': a one-dimensional twit of popular wisdom?
The Arts - 16/02/2009 - 14 comments
The power to appoint
Political Philosophy - 24/04/2008 - 25 comments
Democracy is our servant
Political Philosophy - 17/03/2006 - 68 comments
John Brogden - a fundamentally good guy
Domestic Politics - 14/09/2005 - 15 comments
ID cards - nothing to hide and nothing to fear?
Law & Liberties - 21/07/2005 - 18 comments
Kim Beazley on a learning curve
Domestic Politics - 21/06/2005 - 9 comments
Big man Beazley: solid, reliable, gutless
Domestic Politics - 28/01/2005 - 56 comments
The Liberals' time will come, and they don't need the Nationals
Domestic Politics - 16/11/2004
Another innocent victim of suicide: the train driver
Domestic Politics - 1/10/2004 - 5 comments
Why exactly do we need a republic?
Domestic Politics - 23/09/2004
Peter Garrett symbolises what's wrong with Labor
Domestic Politics - 16/06/2004
'Marriage' should continue to be defined as heterosexual in Australian law
Law & Liberties - 13/05/2004
Footballers, management, principles, sex, responsibility, and scapegoats
Law & Liberties - 26/03/2004
The ALP is just as responsible for human rights abuses
Domestic Politics - 23/09/2003
Ken Park is dangerous to those most vulnerable to sexual exploitation
The Arts - 22/07/2003 - 1 comment
A single error and public whim are not reasons to sack the Governor-General
Domestic Politics - 20/05/2003
Liberal leadership irrelevant while Labor remains directionless
Domestic Politics - 9/05/2003
The promise of Stem Cell research should not cost lives to save others
Science & Technology - 21/08/2002
With the very greatest respect, Your Worship, the PM is specifically empowered to act
Domestic Politics - 7/11/2001
We'd be poorer without the NCC
Economics - 15/08/1999
It's the major parties' fault
Domestic Politics - 15/05/1999
Government has some bigger roles in the Bush
April 1999 Feature - 15/04/1999
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