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International firms grow in AsiaMar 02 2012

THE GLOBAL demand for lawyers, and the impact of growth in China and throughout Asia, was evident in the hefty amount of appointments made b

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Mar 02 2012Starting salaries for City lawyers soar as firms fight for top talent

NEWLY QUALIFIED lawyers can now expect to earn a minimum of £55,000 ($132,750) at the top City law ...

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Mar 03 2012Out of the frying pan

For those stepping out into the great unknown that is their future legal career, the world can be a...

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Mar 02 2012The ‘practical’ in PLT under fire

PRACTICAL LEGAL training is well and good in theory, offering students an insight into the legal wor...

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Mar 02 2012Govt respects copyright laws on World IP Day

THE FEDERAL Government last week touted its support of maintaining international cooperation in copy...

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ALS united, but lawyers no better offMar 02 2012

YEARS IN the making, the united Aboriginal Legal Service for New South Wales has been formed. While it is a proud moment for the federal Att...

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‘Dodgy’ and ‘rapacious’ lawyers warning angers professionMar 02 2012

“DODGY LAWYERS” became an issue of some contention between New South Wales’ first legal officer and a representative body of t...

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Aus criticism of NZ sex cases ‘justified’Mar 02 2012

A RECENT Federal Court of Australia decision to block the extradition of two Catholic clergymen to New Zealand to face trial for alleged his...

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Queensland “discriminating” in favour of Patel victimsMar 02 2012

THE DECISION by Queensland Attorney-General Linda Lavarch to indefinitely extend the legal rights of victims of negligent doctor Jayant Pate...

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Klutz Nutz strong on the fieldMar 02 2012

CLAYTON UTZ’s Canberra office showed its competitive side last week at the Australian National University’s North Oval. The firm’s tea...

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