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Nov 24 2017

Podcast: Leading the charge with TAR

This special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show was recorded at Relativity Fest 2017 in Chicago. ...
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Australian-made app launched by global firm
A leading law firm has rolled out a new app that offers clients scalable and flexible governance and...
Nov 24 2017
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LCA welcomes religious freedom panel
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Resignation, leading lawyer, Ashurst, Norton Rose Fulbright
Nov 24 2017
Ashurst poaches NRF financial institutions head
A leading lawyer from the Sydney office of Norton Rose Fulbright has been headhunted by rival intern...
Gadens Sydney recruits another partner to the fold
Nov 23 2017
Gadens Sydney recruits another partner to the fold
The national law firm has continued to bolster its reinvigorated Sydney presence by announcing the a...
Multiple hires made at Aus firm
Nov 23 2017
Multiple hires made at Aus firm
An Australian law firm has welcomed two insurance law practitioners to two of its local offices. ...
opinion
Legal view on dealing with errant employees
Managing people is probably the least desirable aspect of being a business owner – and that’s when times are good. ...
Legal assistance in a virtual world
As a highly engaged legal personal assistant in one of the world’s largest law firms, becoming a mum was all it took for the cogs to start turning. ...
Access to justice for young transgender Australians
Reform is looming for the process that young transgender Australians and their families must currently follow to get access to stage 2 treatment for gender alignment, wri...

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A global law firm has advised ME Bank on Australia’s third-ever wholesale Additional Tier 1 Capita...
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Pact Group makes major Asian acquisition
The packaging company has made a multimillion-dollar acquisition in the Asian market. ...
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LCA welcomes religious freedom panel
Nov 24 2017
LCA welcomes religious freedom panel
The Law Council of Australia says the establishment of a panel which will examine the human right to religious freedom is a welcome developm...
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Anti-radicalisation programs playing ‘second fiddle’ to terrorism laws
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Nov 22 2017
‘Document tsunami’ driving lawyers to upskill in TAR
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