Celebrating women in lawFeb 13 2020

Lawyers Weekly congratulates 2019’s Women in Law Awards winners.

by Naomi Neilson


Feb 13 2020Michael Kirby scholarship to help LGBTIQ+ students ‘shine’

A scholarship in tribute of The Honourable Michael Kirby will pave the way for students to study law...

by Naomi Neilson

Feb 13 2020How to accelerate new client acquisition through smart social media strategies

As the profession emerges from the festive-period hiatus, the curly resolve to actualise 2020’s bu...

by Anthony Hersch

Feb 13 2020QMS Media advised on $570m private equity takeover

Lander & Rogers has advised listed outdoor media business QMS Media on its acquisition by entiti...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Feb 13 20206 judicial appointments made in Victoria

The Andrews government in Victoria has appointed a new coroner, an associate judge of the Supreme Co...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Closing the Gap shows Indigenous voices are vital, says LCAFeb 13 2020

Closing the Gap’s latest report has shown how important it is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to have a say in the laws and pol...

by Tony Zhang

NewLaw firm expands into CanberraFeb 13 2020

Having already broken ground across some of Australia’s major cities and won a spot on the whole-of-government legal panel, a NewLaw firm ...

by Naomi Neilson

How to take your business to the next levelFeb 13 2020

At a certain point, a boutique firm may want to step things up. Here are some handy tips to ensure the transition to the next level is as su...

by Jerome Doraisamy

An exploration of the Canberra family law marketplaceFeb 13 2020

According to Courtney Mullen, there are aspects of divorce that affect those in the ACT more so than elsewhere in Australia. ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

The future will be more efficient, not artificialFeb 13 2020

AI isn’t coming for our jobs in the middle of the night, for if there is one task for which humans will always be better than computers, i...

by Richard Prangell