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From the expertsMar 03 2012

I think modern law schools are superior to the ones in my day because they are inspiring students with the relevance of the legal qualificat

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Mar 02 2012Big firm lawyers move to small pond

THREE FREEHILLS lawyers have resigned from the firm to help launch a new Melbourne-based firm on 1 O...

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Mar 02 2012Firms sour over cherry picking in pro bono

SOME US law firms are being asked to make donations of at least US$7,500 ($9,105) to pro bono organi...

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Mar 02 2012No pay-to-play here, but elusive pro bono work frustrates firms

PRO BONO work in Australia is done on a needs basis, rather than a pay-to-play basis that is common ...

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Mar 02 2012Dead Man Walking: one night exclusive to legal profession

The Australian production of Dead Man Walking opened at Sydney's State Theatre last week. In light o...

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Lawyers linked with organised crime and bike gangsMar 02 2012

THERE IS evidence of increasing involvement by legal professionals in serious organised crime and outlaw motorcycle gangs, a parliamentary i...

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Be who you want to beMar 03 2012

Just because your marks say you can, it doesn’t mean you have to work in a big-name commercial law firm, says the head of a top-tier firm....

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Get involved, onlineMar 03 2012

Flicking through past issues of Lawyer2B, one thing in particular stands out as a must-do, according to law firm partners, new lawyers, judg...

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Who will be at the Fair: Melbourne '07Mar 03 2012

If you’re going to get the most out of the Victorian Law Careers Fair on 3 September, you’re going to at least need to know who’s ther...

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Careers fair essential for studentsMar 03 2012

Dear Lawyer2B,At the Queensland University of Technology, our law student representative body (QUOTALS) has fielded many complaints from law...

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