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National redress scheme failing victims: report

A joint select committee review into the national institutional child abuse redress scheme has found...
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Pressure and profitability: The need for self-care
Focusing on the whole professional – from body and mind to the office and beyond – is incredibly...
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Government departments weigh in on Viagogo judgment
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6 new executive counsel for global firm
A global law firm has made six promotions to the rank of executive counsel in Australia, as part of ...
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2 new judges appointed to County Court
The Andrews Labor government has confirmed two new judges have taken to the County Court. ...
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Firm adds to gambling law practice
An established law firm has strengthened its gambling law practice with the appointment of a new sol...

 

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How south-east Asia helped me find myself as a law student
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The current political uncertainty has left the British public fishing for answers, and perhaps ironically, a fishing case from the 1990s provides some insight into the po...

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