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New government initiative seeks to combat elder abuse
The Australian government has launched a national plan it said will combat the abuse of older Austra...
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Inaugural summit launched for SME law firms
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Global firm appoints marriage equality campaigner as new head of inclusion
Global law firm Clifford Chance has appointed a head of inclusion, who is to be responsible for “t...
David Kerr, Bird & Bird
Mar 20 2019
International firm re-elects CEO for 3-year term
The partnership of an international law firm has re-elected its chief executive officer for a furth...
Tim Hall
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Law Image gains head of innovation and technology
Australian legal document management company Law Image has appointed a new head of innovation and te...

 

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