Accountability of AI: Where law goes wrong

Laws designed to enforce accountability of cyber technology and artificial intelligence should be strengthened as “shonky dealings” reve

by Naomi Neilson


Julian Morrow to aid in lawyers’ CPD scramble

Former lawyer and founding member of The Chaser, Julian Morrow, is set to help lawyers tackle their ...

by Emma Ryan

PEP nabs Horizon Global’s APAC arm

Allens has advised Pacific Equity Partners (PEP) on its acquisition of Horizon Global Corporation’...

by Emma Ryan

'Working harder is not always the smartest': Why flexible work is paramount in business

A call to action has been issued to those wielding power in business: call out sexism and disrespect...

by Grace Ormsby

Good culture imbibes the legal team with more trust

Getting the rest of the business to buy in to the work of the legal department can be difficult for ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Wellness for GCs campaign launched

The resourcing hub of an international law firm has launched a new campaign devoted to the wellbeing of general counsel across Australia. ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Australia in-house legal teams below-average in new technologies

Australia sits below the global average of in-house legal teams using new technology, the Acritas survey of corporate legal departments reve...

by Naomi Neilson

Customer expectations demand a better relationship between legal and risk teams

In a post-Hayne royal commission world, in-house legal teams will be required to perform functions that go beyond mere compliance with the l...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Partner movements in downward trend after royal commission

The 2019 financial year saw a downtrend in the number of partners switching firms as a result of a calming effect on the market following th...

by Naomi Neilson

‘Malicious and deliberate destruction’ of child-parent relationships must be addressed by inquiry

As debate about the new parliamentary inquiry into the family law system continues, one family lawyer explains how he has witnessed numerous...

by Jerome Doraisamy