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22 Oct 2004
Study to decide fate of articled clerks
THE FATE of articled clerkships in Victoria hangs on empirical evidence set to reveal whether they are the best forms of pre-admission training.Despit...
22 Oct 2004
Qld firms await investment influx
QUEENSLAND IS selling itself as a viable investment alternative to NSW and Victoria with the implementation of its Partnership and Other Acts Amendmen...
22 Oct 2004
Abbott Tout solicitor to the Arias
ABBOTT Tout Lawyers was proud to have its own solicitor Matthew Fitzgerald and his band Decoder Ring as contenders in this month’s ARIA awards.Decod...
22 Oct 2004
IBA human rights winner named
THE INTERNATIONAL Bar Association has announced the winner of its Bernard Simons Memorial Award for the Advancement of Human Rights. George Bizos is s...
15 Oct 2004
Union to change litigation support landscape
An agreement between a legal information solutions business and a legal software developer has the potential to change the nature of Australian litiga...
15 Oct 2004
APLA battles PI advertising ban
A NSW law banning the advertising of personal injury services discriminates against lawyers, according to the Australian Plaintiff Lawyers Association...
15 Oct 2004
Bryant charts Court’s future
THE CHIEF JUSTICE of the Family Court, Diana Bryant, has outlined the future direction for the Court during the State of the Nation address at the 200...
15 Oct 2004
New laws freeze criminals’ proftis
New laws in Queensland are aimed at discouraging criminals from selling stories of their illegal activities to the media.The State’s law enforcement...
15 Oct 2004
Extract of APLA v LSC NSW
APLA Ltd & Ors v Legal Services Commissioner of NSW & Anor [2004] HCATrans 373 (5 October 2004) In the High Court of Australia KIRBY J: But in...
15 Oct 2004
Both parties “failed”: Law Council
THE AUSTRALIAN Labor Party faired only marginally better than the Coalition in its plans for human rights and tort reforms, and both have disappointed...
15 Oct 2004
More money, fewer deals as M&A booms
A “MASSIVE” uplift in announced mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2004 can be attributed more to the size of the deals than th...
15 Oct 2004
News Corporation and corporate governance
News Corp’s response to concerns about the company’s approach to corporate governance shows that shareholder concern in this area needs to be tak...
8 Oct 2004
Roxon v Ruddock on legal outsourcing
Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock and Shadow Attorney-General Nicola Roxon discussed the outsourcing of government legal work at their recent de...
8 Oct 2004
Corporate governance: dead or alive?
This year was supposed to be the year that good corporate governance came of age, but several times already it has been in the news for all the wrong...
8 Oct 2004
Lawyers to pull out IP potential
LAWYERS NEED to be out on the business floor with their clients helping them make more of their intellectual property (IP), which is too often filed a...
8 Oct 2004
NZ to appeal to our High Court?
AUSTRALIA’S HIGH COURT could become the final court of appeal for New Zealanders, if the NZ Opposition wins the country’s next national election, ...
8 Oct 2004
Firms call on academic expertise
TERTIARY EDUCATION in this country is beginning to feel the reverberations of a growth in financial services law in the corporate world, according to ...
8 Oct 2004
Legal eagles flock to NZ
Legal eagles flock to NZMore than 2,300 lawyers across the world have signed up for the International Bar Association conference, to be held in Auckl...
5 Oct 2004
Firms to benefit from Lawpoint and Locus link
A NEW link between a provider of online content for the legal profession and a provider of solutions for accounting, workflow automation and document ...
1 Oct 2004
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THE PEAK body representing the legal profession has called on political parties in the lead up to the federal election next month to address what it h...
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