Australian lawyers looking to practice in the US have more options than other foreign nationals – but finding a foothold in the market remains a challenge, according to two global firm partners.
The Queensland Law Society has praised legislation to reinstate the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council, which passed in the state parliament this week.
Volunteering can be a valuable part of a law school education but students should be wary of crossing ethical and legal lines
The Mortlake Gas Pipeline stretching 83 kilometers across Victoria has been sold as part of Origin Energy’s $800 million asset divestment program.
Two firms have advised on a Malaysian developer’s record-breaking acquisition of a Telstra Exchange site in the Melbourne CBD.
The Scarborough Beach foreshore in Perth will undergo a $75.4 million facelift as part of plans to transform the popular tourist spot into a 'world-class beachfront'.
A global firm has advised on the proposed demerger of APN News & Media’s New Zealand business.
Female lawyers contemplating their calling to the bar have been urged to give it a go by barrister Michelle Painter SC.
The NSW Bar Association is undertaking a review of its Best Practice Guidelines, which seek to assist chambers to create healthy work environments for barristers and chambers staff.
Tributes have poured in for prominent barrister Ross Ray QC, who died on Sunday in a quad bike accident.
The way the media reports sentencing outcomes creates an unrealistic representation of crime, but the legal industry must work with the press to fix this problem, according to industry professionals.
Sports lawyers must keep up to date with developments in the sporting world if they want to remain at the top of their game, according to a K&L Gates partner.
Switching professional track into law is a different transit for people who have blazed trails in other careers.
Providing regional university students with the same opportunities as their city-based peers encourages them to enter the profession and adds to industry diversity, the general counsel of Telstra Legal has said.
The growing influence of the internet in law has opened up a wealth of opportunities for cyber law specialists, according to cyber law expert Bradley Deacon.
Taylor Root discusses the latest trends in legal recruitment in Perth, including which practice areas are most in demand.
Lawyers Weekly sits down with King & Wood Mallesons, one of our top Attraction Firms, to discuss how social media and blind CVs are shaking up graduate recruitment.
Burrows Legal, Lawyers Weekly's partner from the Australian Law Awards, presents the second instalment of its Legal Leadership series.
Experts from firms both large and small discuss threats and opportunities posed by technology.
The SA Legal Services Commission turned out at Adelaide railway station last week to help commuters get on the right legal track.
Members of the legal profession participated in Walk for Justice events across the country last week on National Pro Bono Day.
Law firms have come out in force to celebrate workforce diversity, as well as social and cultural inclusion, in a series of events held across the country.
A Queensland moot is showing Indigenous law students just how boundless their future careers can be, Allens partner John Hedge has said.