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Senior Associate - Competition, Policy & Regulatory
Category: Other | Location: Sydney CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs Sydney NSW
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Commercial Litigation Senior Associate
Category: Litigation and Dispute Resolution | Location: Sydney CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs Sydney NSW
· Lawyers Weekly Australia Partner of the Year 2016, Insolvency
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MULTIPLEX Regional Legal Counsel (Vic) | 7 to 10 years + PQE
Category: Generalists - In House | Location: Melbourne CBD & Inner Suburbs Melbourne VIC
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Junior Lawyer - Personal Injury Law
Category: Personal Injury Law | Location: Parramatta & Western Suburbs Sydney NSW
· Highly specialized practice · Challenging role with great opportunities
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IR Advisor/Member Advocate
Category: Industrial Relations and Employment Law | Location: St Leonards NSW 2065
· Permanent (0.8-1.0 FTE) role in a developing team
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22 Sep 2017
Australia poised to combat illegal organ harvesting: ALHR
The Australian Lawyers for Human Rights are calling for changes to the law so that organ trafficking crimes outside of Australia are capable of consti...
Online service, barristers, BarristerSELECT, Stephen Foley
22 Sep 2017
New online service leverages barristers’ clerks to aid briefing
A new online tool has been launched to help NSW solicitors find the most suitable barristers for their matters. ...
NSW District Court judge, Tim Gartelmann SC, next appointment,
22 Sep 2017
Silk replaces outgoing NSW District Court judge
A barrister has been named as the next appointment to the NSW District Court, following the retirement of Judge Martin Sides QC. ...
22 Sep 2017
Slater and Gordon makes class action deal, calls in turnaround expert
Slater and Gordon has taken a further step towards settling the shareholder class actions against it and has recruited a turnaround expert as its new ...
21 Sep 2017
SME firm to bolster client base with digital assets
A law firm based in New South Wales says it’s set to nab more clientele through its incorporation of blockchain technology and accepting digital ass...
21 Sep 2017
Law Society acknowledges ‘diversity of opinion’ on same-sex marriage
The council of the Law Society of NSW has said it respects the diverse views of its members on same-sex marriage, and reiterated its support for a res...
21 Sep 2017
Future legal market ‘will not be pure law’
It’s vital that today’s legal professionals start preparing for what the future legal market is going to look like, according to a principal at Fo...
21 Sep 2017
The fight to decrease negative stigma surrounding mental health
Australian legal professionals are being encouraged to help decrease the stigma surrounding mental health by joining Lawyers Weekly in its support of ...
21 Sep 2017
NewLaw firm reveals app dedicated to in-house teams
A NewLaw firm has announced it is enabling in-house teams to use big data through the release of a new app. ...
21 Sep 2017
Victoria considers legalising euthanasia
A change in law to allow voluntary assisted dying in Victoria will be considered by the State Parliament before the end of the year. ...
21 Sep 2017
Federal government ignoring elder abuse crisis, lawyer says
A Queensland lawyer has called on federal politicians to follow the lead of the Queensland government in combating elder abuse. ...
20 Sep 2017
Competition rife among firms for R&I clients
As more restructuring and insolvency matters come under the spotlight, competition for clients is increasing at full speed, according to two global l...
20 Sep 2017
Lawyers fired up over lack of clarity on electronic conveyancing timeline
Queensland lawyers have expressed their frustration with the state government, saying repeated attempts for clarity on the time frame of the formal i...
20 Sep 2017
Lawyer calls out excess of assistance dog trial for veterans
A new trial being run by the federal government of the mental health benefits that assistance dogs can offer veterans has been described by one lawye...
20 Sep 2017
Silk picked to monitor national security laws
Dr James Renwick SC has been appointed as Independent National Security Legislation Monitor after several months acting in the role. ...
20 Sep 2017
Agriculture start-ups to benefit from Minters mentors
MinterEllison has announced a partnership with an agriculture and food tech start-up incubator. ...
19 Sep 2017
Lonely Planet collaboration delivers new in-house tool
Software provider LawAdvisor has worked with travel business Lonely Planet to develop a new tool to help in-house teams manage their work. ...
19 Sep 2017
In Murphy’s defence: the background story
Lawyers Weekly speaks with the public servant turned corporate lawyer who represented High Court justice Lionel Murphy in 1986, in what would become o...
19 Sep 2017
Aus catching up on international arbitration front
Australia is starting to see a spike in international arbitration with this set to continue over the next 12 months, according to a partner at a globa...
19 Sep 2017
Addressing disordered eating in the legal profession
Calls are being made for Australia’s legal profession to address disordered eating after it has been found that an “alarmingly” high number of ...
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May 10 2017
Advocate’s immunity – without fear or without favour but not both
On 29 March 2017, the High Court handed down its decision in David Kendirjian v Eugene Lepore & ...