Jerome Doraisamy

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Jerome Doraisamy

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Jerome Doraisamy is a senior writer for Lawyers Weekly and Wellness Daily. He is also the author of The Wellness Doctrines book series, an admitted solicitor in NSW, an adjunct lecturer at The University of Western Australia and is a board director of Minds Count.

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The role of legal counsel in Series A investment rounds

Reflecting on the first funding round undertaken by profit-for-purpose company Who Gives A Crap, Kate Sherburn spoke wit...Read More

‘Finding time to think’ increasingly challenging for in-house lead...

Even more so than in the extraordinary year that was 2020, leaders of law departments are struggling to set aside time t...Read More
Gavin Vallely

How sector-focused growth is helping HFW flourish in Australia

Global law firm HFW intends to “grow significantly” in Australia. If its success Down Under in recent years is any i...Read More
Tanya Carlson

Why lawyers should collaborate with financial planners

You would think it’s really no different than financial planning for any other profession, however there are subtle di...Read More

‘I used to pray I’d be knocked off my bike each morning’

Herbert Smith Freehills partner and India Practice chair Chris Parsons says that speaking about his struggles with menta...Read More
Shahzad Bashir

Australia ‘at the forefront of creating new opportunities’

Australia’s leadership in the global legal profession is demonstrated both in how new offerings have emerged in the ma...Read More
Alan McDonald

Community and professionalism must be central to lawyers’ purpose

The status and authority of the legal profession have depleted over time, argued one senior lawyer. There are ways, howe...Read More
Stefanie Costi

A country practice: Meet the lawyer who gave up his city job to build ...

Rural and regional areas are lands of opportunity for lawyers who are willing to make a tree change, writes Stefanie Cos...Read More
Tom Hartley

How trusting are in-house lawyers?

New research reveals the extent to which law departments trust their organisations, department leaders trust their teams...Read More
Jemma Barnard

Childhood injuries, parental conduct and the law

The role that parents and caregivers assume when a child comes into their lives is enormous, writes Jemma Barnard. ...Read More
Simone Vrabac

Opportunities abound to work in-house for a start-up

A combination of professional and environmental factors means that there are more pathways for lawyers to work as legal ...Read More
Anna Tichborne

How legal teams can help businesses ‘get the deal done’ quickly

Following Megaport’s recent acquisition of InnovoEdge, its general counsel, Anna Tichborne, spoke with Lawyers Weekly ...Read More
cyber attacks

Sophisticated cyber attacks give rise to better corporate cybersecurit...

A new report shows that businesses across the region have strengthened security skills and knowledge following a rise in...Read More

Boutiques that embrace the ‘next normal’ will succeed

SME law firms and their leaders will prosper moving forward, Perpetua Kish argues, if they unshackle themselves from soc...Read More
 Tom Dreyfus

Josef expanding to UK, Europe

Australian legal tech start-up Josef is broadening its presence to the United Kingdom and Europe, following two regional...Read More
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