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NSW lawyer guilty of failure to disclose disciplinary action

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AirTrunk backing to see ‘major’ Australian data centre expansion
Norton Rose Fulbright has advised AirTrunk on a multimillion-dollar financing process to fund what...
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Carino Care takes over portfolio of residential aged care facilities
Thomson Geer has acted for Carino Care in its acquisition of a suite of residential aged care facili...
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APPOINTMENTS
Barry.Nilsson, hire, senior appointments
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2 new additions for Barry.Nilsson
Barry.Nilsson has strengthened its insurance and health team with the announcement of two new senior...
Aug 21 2018
Aussie law firm adds construction specialist
An Australian law firm has hired a new construction litigator in an effort to build out its practice...
South America, globe
Aug 17 2018
DLA Piper reaches affiliation agreement with Argentine firm
Global firm DLA Piper has continued to expand its presence in Latin and South America with the estab...

 

opinion
Could a designer’s mindset bridge the justice gap?
New approaches are needed in legal design thinking, writes Andrea Perry-Petersen. ...
A stress-free guide to breastfeeding at work
You’ve made it through the first few months of new motherhood and the time has come for you to don the suit jacket and return to work, but you’re still breastfeeding,...
5 things to think about when signing or renegotiating your employment contract
The excitement of starting a new role, especially in a competitive market, can often result in agreeing to your salary and doing little more than skimming the fine print ...

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Australian data centre expansion, AirTrunk
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AirTrunk backing to see ‘major’ Australian data centre expansion
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Carino Care takes over portfolio of residential aged care facilities
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Ansett Aviation Training, airplane, Tanarra Credit Partners
Aug 21 2018
Financing flying high for Ansett Aviation Training
Hogan Lovells has advised new Asia-Pacific debt fund investor Tanarra Credit Partners on its funding...
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Life as a barrister, barrister wig, law students
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Life as a barrister explored by Vic law students
Over 200 of the state’s law students have attended an event hosted by the Victorian Bar to learn what being a barrister is all about. ...
Aug 17 2018
Formal complaint issued against high-profile State Coroner
A formal complaint has been lodged with the Judicial Commission of Victoria against a well-known State Coroner. ...
Magnifying glass, payroll tax fraud
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Defending the indefensible – The limitations of defence costs insurance cover
Adam Cranston, the son of the former Deputy Commissioner of the Australian Taxation Office, is currently being prosecuted in relation to the...
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In-house attraction
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A new way to work
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A new way to work
The legal marketplace is an ever-evolving beast, with technological and workplace innovation challen...
Young Apprentice
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Master and apprentice
Mentoring arrangements can come in many different guises. Tom Lodewyke examines how they are prepari...
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Law and LGBTQI rights: Where are we at?
Whether you believe the 2017 same-sex marriage postal survey was a showcase of democracy at its best...
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A guide to simplifying staff expense claims
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More Bucket Lists & Less Politics
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Are Fixed-Fee Legal Marketplaces the Way Of the Future?
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Rewarding and recognising staff without using cash
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Australian National University Law School, library, books, Juris Doctor degree
Jul 13 2018
ANU revamps JD degree
The Australian National University Law School will be offering a reformed Juris Doctor degree in 201...
law student opportunities
Jun 25 2018
UQ’s research project to bolster law student opportunities
Legal researchers from the University of Queensland are set to unveil a new project which will help...
Jun 20 2018
Brave international judges needed to champion trial rights, barrister says
Australian Kate Gibson shares what life is like working as a barrister on the international stage an...
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Life as a barrister, barrister wig, law students
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Life as a barrister explored by Vic law students
Over 200 of the state’s law students have attended an event hosted by the Victorian Bar to learn what being a barrister is all about.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander moot promotes student learning
Law students have recently had the opportunity to work with Queensland’s top lawyers, barristers and judges, taking to the courtroom to co
National firm, Arts Law Centre team up for fundraising trek
Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers will once again partner with The Arts Law Centre of Australia to support the latter’s legal services a
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