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Queensland an ‘important gateway’ for regional growth for Kennedys

After promoting a “record” number of Australians to partner earlier this year and now expanding its national presenc...Read More

90% of lawyers concerned with money laundering

More Australian lawyers are concerned about money laundering than ever; new research has revealed. ...Read More

American telco set to pay US$350m for data leak

As part of the settlement of class action proceedings, American telecommunications provider T-Mobile has agreed to pay U...Read More

Funding secured for landmark DAC project

An Australian company has secured funding for Australia’s first commercial solar-powered direct air capture facility, ...Read More

Justitia names new managing partner

Melbourne-based workplace relations firm Justitia Lawyers and Consultants has appointed a new managing partner, with the...Read More

Anglo Pacific Group invests $270m in metals projects

Natural resources and royalties business Anglo Pacific Group has acquired a portfolio of royalties from an investment gr...Read More

Maddocks adds special counsel

Maddocks has bolstered its dispute resolution and litigation practice with the addition of a new special counsel, who jo...Read More

McCabes takes property team from Hunt & Hunt

National law firm McCabes has hired a principal, special counsel, senior associate, associate and lawyer from fellow Big...Read More

‘No reason why’ metaverse can’t facilitate legal services

Singapore’s Second Minister for Law is excited about the “new frontier” for legal technology and the future delive...Read More

US Department of Justice concerned about blurred lines between cyber c...

To address the constant evolution of cyber threats, Lisa Monaco, US Deputy Attorney-General, wants to engage private tec...Read More

Overwork, burnout and psychiatric injury

Employers that fail to adapt to the times may now soon become subject to the ire of overworked employees who are increas...Read More

Aspiring lawyer with child exploitation convictions refused admission

The Queensland Court of Appeal has refused an application for admission to a would-be solicitor who was convicted five y...Read More

‘Law is changing for the better’: 3 firms on their parental leave ...

Better parental leave policies mean increased retention and promotion of female lawyers; these firms have found. ...Read More

‘I have no doubt’ that more revenue-sharing models are coming

Revenue-sharing models are a relatively new phenomenon in Australia’s legal marketplace, but one senior legal professi...Read More

Family Law Education Network of Australia launches

A new platform has been unveiled for the wellbeing of family lawyers and barristers, by equipping them with the tools an...Read More
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