The below videos help students understand the rule of law. These videos can be found on the Rule of Law Legal Studies Youtube channel.

New Human Rights Explainer Videos

Concepts in the Law with Mr Walter Sofronoff KC

Current Issues

New Podcast Epidsodes

Current Affairs

Trump's Georgia Indictment

Lost Parcel

Summary of the Cable's Case

Checks and Balances

Freedom of Press and Independent Judiciary

Rule of Law Conferences

2023 Rule of Law Series

The Voice to Parliament

2021 Rule of Law Series

Presumption of Guilt Conference

Presumption of Innocence

Checks and Balances

Governance and the Rule of Law

More Videos explaining the principles of the rule of law

Rule of Law Education interviewed Senior Crown Prosecutor Mark Tedeschi AM QC about the role of a prosecutor, the presumption of innocence, and the standard of proof in a criminal case.

Mark Tedeschi AM QC has led some of NSW’s most high profile criminal prosecutions in recent times including the prosecution of Ivan Milat. For more details and the transcript click here.

This video discusses defines the role of torts in the legal system and discusses how access to torts upholds the rule of law.  For Explanatory notes and a worksheet click here.

This video discusses how the rule of law is an essential part of maintaining and enforcing human rights. The idea of balancing rights and responsibilities, as well as balancing the right to free speech with that of privacy.

This video discusses the use of alternative dispute resolution.

This video aims to give a simple definition of delegated legislation and what its role is in the Australian legal system. Examples of the different types of delegated legislation are also provided.

This video details the various methods of overcoming disputes with the State. The video will look in detail at the non-legal options open to the individual including the media, members of Parliament, trade unions and interest groups. Legal dispute resolution processes such as internal and external review, judicial review and lodging a complaint with an ombudsman will also be discussed.

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