A court clash between top-tier lawyers from Herbert Smith Freehills and White & Case next week will draw out boundary lines defining a blackout area over the Sydney and Melbourne central business districts.
A collaboration between the University of NSW, Gilbert + Tobin and Neota Logic has delivered a new course on technology in the law, to be implemented later this year.
A new program announced by the Law Council of Australia sets out to stare down the unconscious bias preventing lawyers from achieving a fulfilling career in the legal profession.
Millions of people across the world insure themselves and their assets.
In today’s frantic-paced world, there’s often an expectation that leaders need to have answers at their fingertips, and that it’s not OK to say “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure”
Auswide Bank Ltd has been advised in relation to its increased equity stake in a P2P lender.
Two joint lead managers have been advised on a $65 million equity raising for agribusiness network Ruralco.
Crown Resorts Limited has sold its interests in Melco Crown Entertainment Limited for a deal value worth $1.9 billion.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has been advised on the issuance of CommBank PERLS IX capital notes.
The Victoria Law Foundation will kick off its 50th anniversary celebrations with former High Court chief justice Robert French AC delivering a special keynote address this week.
Former Oxford University professor of law James Edelman has been sworn in as a judge of the High Court of Australia.
Two judicial registrars have been sworn in for Victoria’s civil and criminal law Supreme Court divisions.
A statement directed at the media by Northern Territory Chief Justice Michael Grant QC has been backed by the local law society.
Magistrates in Victoria will be able to hear overnight bail applications on weekends and after hours, following an announcement by the state's Premier.
In 2014 an unexpected opportunity was presented to Elizabeth Lathlean when her husband was offered a position in a coastal university town in South Africa.
A human rights lawyer has encouraged up-and-comers to look for volunteer opportunities in their own backyard, where some of the most important social justice causes lie, rather than coveting exclusive internships in The Hague.
Criminal law barrister Charles Waterstreet has ruled himself out of ever ascending to the lofty ranks of the bench, sharing with students some things he wishes he had been taught in law school.
A Victorian man has combined the skills honed in law school with his business know-how as a consultant to launch a document proofreading service.
For those with ambitions to take their legal careers overseas, commercial and cross-border skills are king, a senior associate of a global firm has said.
Recap the best moments from the inaugural Lawyers Weekly Future Forum, a conference event that equipped legal professionals with strategies on how to stay at the cutting edge of technological change and business innovation.
Relive all the highlights from the fifth annual Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards, which celebrated the achievements of the best and the brightest Australian women in law.
Relive the highlights of the 2016 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards, a celebration of the top legal professionals from across the country.
Taylor Root discusses the opportunities and obstacles currently facing the Australian legal market.
A contingent of NSW Young Lawyers will make their first debut at the 2017 Sydney Mardi Gras Parade next weekend.
Four authors have been shortlisted for Ashurst Business Literature Prize, with the winner set to take out $30,000.
With Valentine’s Day kicking off today, Slater and Gordon has released what it has dubbed the ‘laws of love’ to make sure the romance doesn’t end in heartbreak – or a lawsuit.
In its 25th year celebrating homegrown film, Tropfest has announced Colin Biggers & Paisley as its legal partner for the next three years.
A number of high-profile legal leaders will take to the pavement today in an attempt to raise awareness and funds for homeless and disadvantaged people.