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21 May 2004
Tutt to the Qld District Court
QUEENSLAND ATTORNEY General and Minister for Justice Rod Welford last week announced the appointment of Brisbane solicitor Walter Tutt as a judge of t...
21 May 2004
Cashed up Ruddock makes his presence felt
The Attorney-General Philip Ruddock and his department have been the recipient of very generous budget allocations, marking a new era of high visibil...
21 May 2004
Profession risks splintering warns ALRC
THE LEGAL profession risks losing its distinct identity and may splinter unless it focuses on professional ethics and social responsibility, Australia...
21 May 2004
LEGAL AID in this country has been left treading water after Attorney-General Philip Ruddock’s announcement last week that $52.7 million would be sp...
14 May 2004
Phillips Fox reports on copyright reforms
THE AUSTRALIAN Government’s Digital Agenda copyright reforms are effective and working well, according to the results of analysis undertaken by comm...
14 May 2004
DISPUTES SHOULD be settled more through mediation than trial, arbitration and legal representation, a report released by the Law Society of NSW has su...
14 May 2004
Same roof but not an MDP: Middletons and KPMG
THE DEMISE of multidisciplinary practice KPMG Legal saw the transfer of six partners to Middletons Lawyers at the beginning of April. But, instead of ...
14 May 2004
Salt the compliance website
INSPIRED BY a need to cater to the compliance training requirements of its top clients, Blake Dawson Waldron has launched a new website profiling its ...
14 May 2004
DPP independence queried
THE SOUTH Australian Government last week committed itself to a “comprehensive, Australia-wide search” for a new Director of Public Prosec...
14 May 2004
Flowers to keep his spark at ARU
LIFE AFTER managing partner was in the forefront of Gary Flowers’ mind when he decided to take on a new role as managing director and chief executiv...
14 May 2004
New federal magistrate welcomed
Melbourne-based barrister Victoria Bennett has accepted a position as a federal magistrate, and took up the new appointment at the beginning of this w...
14 May 2004
National Profession Bill praised
THE MODEL Bill on the national legal profession, released last week by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General (SCAG), has been welcomed by federa...
14 May 2004
Ebsworth Melbourne office opens, again
EBSWORTH & Ebsworth opened a new Melbourne office last week. The move followed a partnership split earlier this year which saw partners in the for...
14 May 2004
Tas lawyers condemn ‘judge and jury’ plans
TASMANIA’S RECENT introduction of a controversial proposal to reform the state’s legal industry has been condemned by both the national and state ...
14 May 2004
Allens and Blakes tackle takeovers
NEWLY ANNOUNCED appointments to the Takeovers Panel mean that law firms Allens Arthur Robinson and Blake Dawson Waldron have strong representation in ...
14 May 2004
Tas Greens bid to split Bill defeated
BACKED BY the Law Society of Tasmania, the Tasmanian Greens last week announced they would move to split the Legal Profession Amendment Bill so that t...
7 May 2004
NSW legal insurance kicks off
LAWCOVER INSURANCE is enjoying the accolade of being the first legal profession-based insurance scheme licensed by the Australian Prudential Regulatio...
7 May 2004
QLD first to embrace national profession
LAWYERS FROM around Australia will now be able to practise in Queensland. While the Federal Government hesitated last week in announcing a national le...
7 May 2004
Ruddock should intervene in Nauru: LIV
THE LAW Institute of Victoria has urged federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock to intervene and assist a team of Australian lawyers to travel to Naur...
7 May 2004
ACT Bail Act taking liberties: Law Society
ACT Bail Act taking liberties: Law SocietyTHE ACT Law Society has condemned proposed changes to the territory’s Bail Act 1992, arguing they are in ...
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