From 2011, Dr Judy Courtin has conducted many radio and television interviews, and has either written articles or been interviewed by journalists in the Australian and international press advocating for justice for victims and law reform. 

The most recent article is from The Saturday Paper where she argues for a National Redress Scheme that reflects the recommendations from The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. The current scheme is reprehensible and must be changed.

The Saturday Paper
Fixing the National Redress Scheme
Article by Judy Courtin, 23 March 2019

ABC Radio

Lawyer expresses concerns about national redress scheme for child sexual abuse survivors
Interview with Eleanor Hall, The World Today, 22 October, 2018
Concerns about the road ahead for survivors of child abuse
Interview with Thomas Oriti, The World Today, 12 December, 2017
Concerns over abuse redress bill introduced to Parliament
Interview with Thomas Oriti, The World Today, 26 October, 2017

The Guardian
The redress scheme for child sex victims is unjust and damaging by Judy Courtin and Chris Atmore, 3 September 2018
Submission to the Joint Select Committee on Oversight of the Implementation of Redress Related Recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse – Read here 
Sydney archdiocese runs ads seeking donations for Cardinal George Pell's legal fees  Interview with Melissa Davey, 9 May 2018

Fairfax
Victorian government should change law to allow Catholic Church to be sued  The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 June 2016
Rubbing salt into the wound for abuse victims  The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 November 2016
George Pell: the Catholic Church’s performance at the royal commission is farcical  The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 December 2015
Government’s response further abuses child-sex victims  The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 March 2015
St Patrick's abuse allegations: Claims strike at heart of church  The Age, 23 December 2015
The Catholic Church still seems more concerned by its reputation than for its victims  The Age, 24 August 2014
Atonement not in Catholic Church’s best interests  The Canberra Times, 26 February 2013
Hell on earth  Interview with Michael Short, The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 June 2012
The unholiest of PR spin  The Sydney Morning Herald, 27 September 2012
Pell should face up and ‘fess up   The Canberra Times, 24 September 2012
The Truth deserves a commission  Sydney Morning Herald, 14 April 2012
Child abuse and the church: no more excuses  The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 October 2011
Clergy victims need justice now  The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 October 2011

The Conversation
What place for the Catholic church in 21st century Australia?   20 June 2014
Cardinal Pell and the inquiries into child sex abuse  28 May 2013
Child abuse victims suffer greater long-term health costs: study  10 July 2013
Royal commission has the power to bring justice to victims of sexual abuse  14 January 2013
Compromised inquiry into church sex crimes disrespects victims  26 April 2012
George Pell and the requirement for the mandatory reporting of sex predator priests  4 July 2012
New revelations of church abuse must bring justice for victims  11 September 2012
Church and state oppose a Royal Commission at the expense of clergy’s victims 12 November 2012
Australian Royal Commission and the Savile investigation: getting the truth out  24 December 2012

The Ballarat Courier
Redress ‘inadequate’ and legal action ‘challenging’ for abuse victims Interview with Leanne Younes, 22 October 2018

Lawyers Weekly
Pell committal to trial will give hope to victims, says legal academic  Interview with Gerome Doraisamy, 2 May 2018

Independent Australia
A 92-year-old woman’s plea for justice from the Catholic Church  Independent Australia, 23 February 2017









 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interview with Michael Short from Fairfax
Hell on earth  The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 June 2012