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Veterans still working it in law firmsMar 02 2012

WHILE THE talent shortage has spurred organisations into ensuring they cater to the flexible working needs of the Y Generation, a recruitmen

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Mar 02 2012Sparke unveils new offices

THERE WILL be room for growth in the new Kent Street offices that Sparke Helmore now calls its Sydne...

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Mar 02 2012Stanhope stands up for animal rights

NEW ANIMAL welfare laws that will enable the government to respond to serious incidents of animal cr...

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Mar 02 2012Legal aid leap forward in NZ

NZ DEFENCE LAWYERS awaiting action on the issue of raising legal aid remuneration rates may soon see...

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Mar 02 2012Singapore free trade rules to be relaxed

A STEP in the right direction, but not far enough is how proposed relaxations to rules governinglaw ...

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Publisher moves into tax marketMar 03 2012

LexisNexis Australia has announced the introduction of five tax products to its catalogue. The new products are to operate on a transactiona...

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Firm sponsors ‘The Dreyfus Affair’Mar 03 2012

LAW FIRM Arnold Bloch Leibler will help bring the story of the notorious Dreyfus Affair to Australia in an exhibition of original material, ...

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New legal regulators finally announcedMar 03 2012

THOUGH OCCURRING somewhat later than expected, Victorian Attorney-General Rob Hulls this month launched two new bodies responsible for regul...

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Tasman union back on agendaMar 03 2012

THE DIFFERENCES between the laws of Australia and New Zealand were the subject of a public hearing last week after the federal Attorney-Gene...

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Raj Lawyers to be incorporatedMar 03 2012

WHILE MANY law firms wait for the bedding down of the national profession before seriously considering the option of incorporation, Raj Lawy...

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