World Bar condemn MugabeMar 02 2012

LEGAL COMMUNITIES across the globe have spoken out against the recent deterioration of the rule of law in Zimbabwe, through resolutions made

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Mar 03 2012Rebranding all the rage

Two firms have announced rebrands effective July 1. Herbert Geer & Rundle will now be known as H...

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Mar 02 2012Rudd’s judicial selection named

THE FIRST batch of judicial appointees to successfully pass through the Rudd government’s reformed...

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Mar 02 2012Corporate judgement a Sydney thing

IT SEEMS Sydney is still the dominant hub of all things corporate, with the NSW Supreme Court taking...

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Mar 02 2012Lawyers challenged to raise money for worthy cause

THE GO Fund has once again put out the challenge to the legal profession to see who can raise the mo...

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Four new members join NADRACMar 02 2012

FOUR HIGH profile members of the legal profession have been appointed to the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (NADRA...

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Firms face-off, for a good causeMar 02 2012

THE OXFAM Trailwalker has brought out the notorious competitive streak of Sydney lawyers, as firms face off to see who can raise the most fu...

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Federal Government to boost UN participationMar 02 2012

AT THE annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law held at the National Museum of Australia last week, ...

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Mallesons lawyers discuss China, carbon and the CDMMar 02 2012

LAST WEEK Mallesons Stephen Jaques kicked off a series of client briefings looking at challenges for businesses arising from issues of susta...

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Rebrands all the rageMar 02 2012

TWO FIRMS have announced rebrands effective July 1. Herbert Geer & Rundle will now be known as Herbert Geer, while HopgoodGanim has take...

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