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Quality control foreign lawyers: AGMar 02 2012

WHILE THE legal profession has welcomed the push for the introduction of uniform entry requirements for foreign lawyers wanting to work in A

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Mar 02 2012ALRAC prepares for coming challenges

CHALLENGES AS diverse as the HIV/AIDS epidemic, climate change, the instability of the international...

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Mar 02 2012Lawyers welcome WA justice upgrade

SOON TO be appointed Chief Justice of Western Australia, Wayne Martin QC, has announced plans to mak...

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Mar 02 2012Law firms rewarded for transactions

REFLECTING ITS success at last year’s Australian Law Awards where it won 10 accolades, Mallesons S...

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Mar 02 2012LIV guides law firms to success

MANY LAWYERS would not consider themselves to be businessmen, and yet run and contribute to a busine...

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Claims of legal cuts a farce: RuddockMar 02 2012

FEDERAL ATTORNEY General Philip Ruddock has defended his Government’s arrangements for Indigenous legal aid services, rejecting some state...

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UK courts embarrassing AustraliaMar 02 2012

DAVID HICKS is promising to become an even bigger embarrassment to the Australian Government as he edges closer to British citizenship and p...

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Law reform for animals’ sakeMar 02 2012

AN AREA of law reform is anticipated to take centre stage in Australia, once legal professionals and law reformers realise its importance an...

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Thomson Playford’s growth leaves Adelaide behindMar 02 2012

ADELAIDE-BASED Thomson Playford’s merger with Sydney firm Cowley Hearne, announced last week, represents a major phase in the firm’s gro...

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Law firm merger to defend workers’ rightsMar 02 2012

AN EXPECTED surge in workplace related disputes has led national law firm Slater & Gordon to merge with a workers’ compensation and la...

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