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Banks force firms to fight for work and feesMar 02 2012

CLIENTS HAVE reached boiling point in relation to cost increases and quality of work and are now taking action to ensure they are getting va

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Mar 02 2012DIY recruitment for those outside the mould

LONDON LAW firms will now consider a broader range of candidates from Australia than they have done ...

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Mar 02 2012Get real with red tape cuts: A-G to Beazley

OPPOSITION LEADER Kim Beazley last week outlined proposals to get governments at all levels to work ...

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Mar 02 2012On The Edge Of Justice

PEOPLE WITH a mental illness are among the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the NSW Commu...

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Mar 02 2012Unfair, rigged and flawed

The US Supreme Court’s finding that the military commission process is unlawful just reaffirms wh...

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Facelift for Brisbane firmMar 02 2012

QUEENSLAND’S OLDEST law firm has dusted off its image, swapping old for new and oldish at its Brisbane centre premises.McCullough Robertso...

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Year brings in better IPO resultsMar 02 2012

AFTER A bounce back in the June quarter, IPO activity is set to raise more than $13 billion for the 2005/2006 financial year, a report has f...

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Freehills and Blakes dictate M&A tablesMar 02 2012

THREE SEPARATE mergers and acquisitions league tables, covering the past six months, were released over the past week, with Freehills, Blake...

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China’s doors to open for our lawyersMar 02 2012

AUSTRALIAN LAWYERS could have better access to the Chinese market after a 24 strong mission aims to strengthen ties between the two countrie...

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Singaporean lawyers head to HK, LondonMar 02 2012

As the global recruitment market for lawyers heats up, Singaporean law firms are the losers. The country’s lawyers are heading overseas, j...

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