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Minters sponsors climate change researchMar 03 2012

Minter Ellison has teamed up with Queensland University of Technology (QUT), sponsoring a PhD scholarship in climate change law worth almost

by Lawyers Weekly

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Mar 03 2012Legal advice sought on performance management

Employees seeking advice about the validity of performance management is on the rise, including quer...

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Mar 03 2012Minters pay rises the exception

Minter Ellison employees will not receive a pay rise this year, except for exceptional performance, ...

by Lawyers Weekly

Mar 06 2013G+T’s Gilbert in history hot-seat

Danny Gilbert, managing partner at Gilbert + Tobin, has been selected as the safe choice for chairma...

by The New Lawyer

Mar 06 2013Brand or slip down a tier, experts warn

Following Freehills' interpretation of the importance of brand in yesterday's e-magazine, we hear fr...

by Kate Gibbs

Climate change lawyers divided on new legislationMar 06 2013

A strict new carbon reduction scheme is predicted to create a host of new work for climate change lawyers. ...

by Hayden Guthrie

When will the recession be over? When will it begin?Mar 04 2013

Kate Gibbs, editor of The New Lawyer, says firms should be more realistic about how long this recession will last....

by Kate Gibbs

UN rights mean NT intervention should endMar 03 2012

The Government has been called on to reverse the Northern Territory Intervention after formally supporting the United Nations Declaration of...

by Lawyers Weekly

Sackings in Dubai for DLA PiperMar 06 2013

Reduced demand from clients means more losses at DLA Piper. ...

by The New Lawyer

ALRC to review Royal Commissions’ powerMar 06 2013

A-G McClelland has asked the ALRC to review Royal Commissions' power....

by The New Lawyer