It seems that currently the main issue in this case is the judge's inexplicable decision to place no restrictions on Leifer (she's only prohibited from leaving the country). Her complete freedom is a slap in the face to her alleged victims and makes her a potential threat to children on a daily basis.
While all action to expedite Leifer's extradition to Australia may be helpful, especially the recent public lobbying of the Israeli government at all levels (including by some of her courageous alleged victims and senior Australian government officials), it's important to ensure that our expectations and responses are appropriate and realistic.
And let's not forget the Adass Israel School's culpability in all of this. As Victorian Supreme Court Justice Jack Rush said in his 2015 civil case ruling: "It is apparent that the persons involved were determined to get Leifer out of the country within a matter of hours of the decision to remove her from her position at the school" and "[i]n such circumstances the alleged perpetrator should not be assisted to urgently flee the jurisdiction. The failure of the board to report the allegations to police prior to arranging Leifer’s urgent departure is deplorable."
Despite this clear ruling, Adass is yet to publicly acknowledge its sordid past and apologise to its many victims and survivors (and the broader Jewish community for bringing it into disrepute).
Hopefully the ongoing police investigation into the Adass leadership will achieve justice.
We will continue to do what we can to ensure Leifer faces (belated) justice and that she ceases to be a potential threat to children.