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Nov 15 2018

NSW solicitor guilty on two grounds of professional misconduct

A NSW-based solicitor has been found guilty of professional misconduct for breaching the conditions ...
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‘Employer action improving workplace gender equality’: WGEA
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has released its latest gender equality scorecard, revealing...
Nov 15 2018
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Law Squared nabs duo to kickstart new practice
NewLaw firm Law Squared is forming its own employment workplace relations team, with the announcemen...
Nov 15 2018
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Scales of Justice
Nov 15 2018
Law Squared nabs duo to kickstart new practice
NewLaw firm Law Squared is forming its own employment workplace relations team, with the announcemen...
Appointment of new partner handshake
Nov 15 2018
Thomson Geer appoints new partner
Thomson Geer has welcomed the arrival of a new partner, who joins the firm’s corporate and M&A...
Partnership
Nov 14 2018
Ashurst partner heads to Jones Day
Jones Day has recruited an energy transactions partner, who joins from Ashurst, to its Perth office...

 

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Legal education issues are highlighting vulnerability of students
A significant source of vulnerability in students is insufficient education concerning their rights, writes Australian Law Students’ Association vice president (educati...
What is the return on investment for legal marketing?
The biggest obstacle most have to answering these questions is an inability to understand the ROI of investing in their brand, writes Beyond Billables co-founder Maciek M...
So, I didn’t get a clerkship…now what?
For those who didn’t get offered summer clerkships with law firms across the country, there still remains light at the end of the tunnel, writes Monash law student Flyn...

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Californian tech company coming to the ASX
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Australian dollars
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ElectraNet finalises $180m power contract
Piper Alderman has advised ElectraNet in its $180 million power contract with CIMIC, as well as a tr...
St Kilda Rd
Nov 12 2018
St Kilda Road establishment sold for $163m
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Election vote box
Nov 14 2018
LIV demands rural funding as state election looms
With the 2018 Victorian state election just around the corner, the LIV has called on all parties to commit to improving metropolitan and reg...
Nov 14 2018
NSW Bar appoints 2019 office bearers
The NSW Bar Association has announced its 2019 office bearers, after officials were voted in at an association meeting last week. ...
Appointment of lawyer
Nov 13 2018
Port Lincoln lawyer elevated to Magistrates Court
The South Australian Magistrates Court has appointed a Port Lincoln-based lawyer to its ranks. ...
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Sep 26 2018
A letter to my law student self
To my law student self (some 15 years or so ago), this is just a little letter to you (from me now) ...
Sep 20 2018
How to establish yourself as a sole practitioner
Technological advancements, social media and evolving methods of legal service delivery are all maki...
Sep 13 2018
How litigation funding can work for Corporates
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Oct 29 2018
Breaking free of the law school bubble
Law school is like a bubble because within its domed walls, some of the state’s top 2 per cent of ...
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College of Law introduces ‘cutting-edge’ new program
The College of Law has announced the development of a new legal business degree commencing in 2019, ...
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Female athlete
Nov 14 2018
Coleman Greig supports Western Sydney’s female athletes
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport has had a monetary boost, through the support of Coleman Greig Lawyers.
Landers looks to help provide workplace opportunities for South Sudanese communities
National firm Lander & Rogers has teamed up with local business leaders in Melbourne on an initiative to help young people in the South
Former high court judge to wed
Renowned former High Court judge Michael Kirby has revealed he will marry long-term partner Johan van Vloten, despite previously announcing
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