Naomi Neilson

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Naomi Neilson

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Naomi Neilson is a journalist for Lawyers Weekly. She writes its Protégé and Wig & Chamber bulletins and is also the host of The Protégé Podcast.

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Principal accused of sexual harassment to face tribunal

Principal accused of sexual harassment to face tribunal

The personal phone number belonging to a young female solicitor who resigned amid allegations of bullying and sexual har...Read More
Adam Stapledon

Corrs poaches Allen & Overy’s head of debt and projects

Independent law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has announced Allen & Overy’s head of debt and projects practice wil...Read More
Melbourne

Solicitor reprimanded over breaches relating to asylum seeker client

A solicitor has been reprimanded and fined for failing to ensure his client – an asylum seeker who struggled with Engl...Read More
Dan Creevey

Victims of ‘big end of town’ should not be constrained by fear of ...

One firm has argued that while safe and less costly routes out of court may appear on its surface to be the right option...Read More
Afghanistan

Humanitarian visas ‘good start’ but revision needed: LCA

Australia’s premier legal body has applauded the federal government on its decision to set aside at least 15,000 place...Read More

Law Council CEO resigns

Michael Tidball, the Law Council’s chief executive, has resigned to take on an “exciting new challenge”.  ...Read More
Nathan Buckley

Suspended solicitor announces run for One Nation

In a statement announcing his intention to stand for One Nation, recently suspended solicitor Nathan Buckley claimed it ...Read More

The legal experience that ‘defined my whole career trajectory’

With a lot of luck, a last-minute decision to join a legal clinic changed the entire career trajectory of one recent gra...Read More

Top 10: News updates for young lawyers

Although we’re less than a month into 2022, the legal profession has already seen some major news that has everyone ta...Read More

‘Virtual actions have real world consequences’: The lesson behind ...

The judge who inadvertently created the #Lawyercat phenomenon has warned law students and graduates to be cautious of so...Read More

Law students help ‘connect the dots’ on ESG findings

Law students with a Canberra university were instrumental in creating the “most extensive open data set” that analys...Read More
Religious Discrimination Bill

‘Significant costs, significant delays’: Religious Discrimination ...

Several controversial provisions within the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill will not only “drastically undermin...Read More
Tass Liveris

‘We need to do everything we can to keep them’: LCA addresses ment...

As mental health issues continue to escalate and more lawyers leave the workplace, the new Law Council president has add...Read More
Melbourne

Law graduate refused admission following lengthy litigation history

An aspiring lawyer who graduated and completed legal practical training was refused admission over a failure to appropri...Read More

Access to justice slammed as ‘Djoke’ in wake of visa saga

Regardless of where Australians stand on the Novak Djokovic visa issue, the remarkable speed in which his matter was bro...Read More
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