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Kirby communicator of the yearMar 03 2012

Former High Court judge Michael Kirby was named as joint winner of the RMIT Communicator of the Year 2009 on Wednesday.Lauren Murray, head o

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Mar 03 2012Regulations roll out with GFC

The global financial downturn has prompted governments around the globe to introduce a range of regu...

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Mar 06 2013Victoria loses out on legal aid: lawyers

The peak bodies representing Victorian lawyers and barristers are riled by the federal government's ...

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Mar 04 2013Alternatives to Master of Laws weighed up by lawyers

An extensive online debate is being churned out around whether a Master of Laws (LLM) is a worthwhil...

by Kate Gibbs

Mar 04 2013ALSA defends law school sponsorship

The Australian Law Students' Association has defended large law sponsorship of university law societ...

by Kate Gibbs

Firms stagger pay for new lawyersMar 06 2013

US firms are adopting a harsher hiring regime and a new structure in the wake of tougher economic conditions and increased competition. ...

by Olivia Collings

OPINION: Queensland compensation law advertising restrictions unfairMar 03 2012

Queensland's newly appointed Attorney-General, barrister and first-time MP, Cameron Dick, can expect an early call for action from the state...

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Infrastructure spend a revenue relief for law firmsMar 03 2012

Private practice lawyers could be the beneficiaries of the near-record $22 billion infrastructure boost delivered in the 2009-10 budget, as ...

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Infrastructure injection a revenue relief for law firmsMar 03 2012

Private practice lawyers could be the beneficiaries of the near-record $22 billion infrastructure boost delivered in the 2009-10 budget, as ...

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New industrial body for workplace lawsMar 03 2012

The Federal Government will introduce a new independent industrial umpire, Fair Work Australia, which will consolidate seven separate federa...

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