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Anarchy ahead for IT departmentsMar 02 2012

THE INCREASING convergence of personal and business technology is ushering in a new age of conflict between security and business that threa

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Mar 02 2012School kids enter top tier firms

THE WAY the current school education system works does little to disable the disadvantages many chil...

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Mar 02 2012AWB hits Australia’s corruption reputation

THE SCANDAL involving AWB and payments to the regime of Saddam Hussein has cost Australia its positi...

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Mar 02 2012Minters exits US to focus on China

MINTER ELLISON has decided to close its US office based in San Francisco at the end of this year.The...

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Mar 02 2012Conferences, lectures and all

From international conferences in Lisbon on women in the law to a Clayton Utz lecture on arbitration...

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BDW trials wiki technologyMar 02 2012

BLAKE DAWSON Waldron (BDW) is trialling the use of a wiki in the intellectual property, communications and technology (IPCT) group.Essentia...

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Show me the money: lawyers sayMar 02 2012

A VAST majority of Lawyers Weekly readers believe that a pay rise is the best means by which their employers can show them that they are app...

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Firms warned to embrace Web 2.0Mar 02 2012

AUSTRALIAN LAW firms risk losing clients as well as talent if they don’t make use of Web 2.0 technologies, an expert warns. Ross Dawson, c...

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Excess or necessity? Lawyers reflect on C7 litigationMar 02 2012

Now that the costs of the C7 litigation have been released, many are focusing on what the lawyers took home. But the profession is pointing ...

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Freehills hosts website re-launchMar 02 2012

LAWYERS WEEKLY officially launched its new-look website last night with the legal profession in Sydney. Freehills hosted the event in their ...

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