The need for clear information for NSW Land Rights and Native Title Claims

A recent news report [1] highlighted the potential for conflict and administration work in NSW indigenous land areas. ┬áThe work required is to determine the extent of overlap between native title claims and historical dispossession in NSW indigenous land areas, the latter being a possible basis for compensation. The Land Rights regime created by the… Continue reading The need for clear information for NSW Land Rights and Native Title Claims

Prosecutor’s Fallacies and Relative Probabilities

In the United Kingdom some years ago a mother of two deceased children was convicted, in part, because evidence was given that the probability of her two children dying through natural means or cot death (her defence) was very low – as low as 1 in 73 million. The woman was Sally Clark, a solicitor… Continue reading Prosecutor’s Fallacies and Relative Probabilities