Law Report: Assange bid to Ecuador; Wadeye human rights claim up; Chaplaincy program flawed

Chinese law deans will be in Sydney this weekend with the aim of strengthening legal ties between Australia and China; seeking political asylum from Ecuador may pay off for Julian Assange according to a legal expert; a human rights claim by the Wadeye indigenous community has been resolved with the help of Arnold Bloch Leibler; and a King & Wood Mallesons partner says Gillard’s minority government will have a tough time fixing funding problems that flow from the High Court decision on its chaplaincy program. Stephanie Quine brings you the top legal stories for the week.

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