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LAW FIRMS seek guidance on electronic route to discoveryMar 02 2012

IT’S AN exciting time for those at the forefront of computer forensics, Forensic Data CEO Nicholas Adamo told Lawyers Weekly,“It’s

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Mar 02 2012Law centre closes after ‘strewn documents’ incident

A LAW CENTRE in Dublin, Ireland, has been rubbished over the handling of hundreds of clients’ conf...

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Mar 02 2012Telstra in the Workplace Ombudsman’s firing line

Australia’s Workplace Ombudsman has launched an investigation into allegations by unions that Tels...

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Mar 02 2012Telstra ready to fight back

A HANDFUL OF shareholders have disputed the proposed settlement agreement in the Telstra class actio...

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Mar 03 2012All-rounder dives into legal career

QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY of Technology law student Brendan Capell will compete for a once-in-a-lifetime...

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NSW lawyers welcome new A-GMar 02 2012

ROBERT MCCLELLAND has been appointed as the new federal Attorney-General by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. The Law Society of New South Wales ha...

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Keddies moves into WollongongMar 02 2012

SYDNEY-BASED FIRM Keddies is set to open its fifth NSW office in Wollongong. According to Keddies partner and founder Russell Keddie, the fi...

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Hopgood Ganim’s flexible workplace recognisedMar 02 2012

FOR THE second consecutive year, Brisbane-based firm Hopgood Ganim has been named Employer of Choice by the Queensland Law Society. The firm...

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Developers forced to consider a deadly serious issueMar 02 2012

A NEW SOUTH WALES court has warned that developers and planning authorities can no longer get away with avoiding the issue of climate change...

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Leading the way to equalityMar 02 2012

LISTENING WAS a key part of new sex discrimination commissioner Elizabeth Broderick’s leadership role at Blake Dawson, according to the fi...

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