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Terror debate not about rights versus legislation: RoxonMar 03 2012

DEBATE ABOUT anti terror laws should not be portrayed as a battle between those who fight terrorism and those who defend civil liberties, th

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Mar 03 2012Firms’ budgets behind billing fraud

LAW FIRMS’ expectations of the number of chargeable hours their lawyers should work has seen a &ld...

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Mar 03 2012Victorian e-conveyance should go national: Hulls

THE VICTORIAN Government has called on state attorneys-general to recommend the adoption of Victoria...

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Mar 03 2012New hurdle for High Court: independence

IT BEING AN age where judicial appointment processes and appointees are subjected to more and more s...

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Mar 03 2012New president for ACLA

WHEN BRUCE BROWN is not tied up in his new role as manager of the Commonwealth Department of Finance...

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Innovation lacking in top-tierMar 03 2012

AUSTRALIA’S LARGE law firms have failed to innovate, apart from using new technology, and are missing the opportunity to help their client...

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Conference successMar 03 2012

A NEW FORMAT and an exceptional bill of speakers provided a successful combination for organisers of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Associ...

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Clifford Chance catches Hong Kong big fishMar 03 2012

THE TOP GUN at the Asian office of Clifford Chance will step aside next year to see a former Herbert Smith key player take on the role. Mart...

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Judges’ opt out options queriedMar 03 2012

PICKING APART the draft anti-terrorism legislation has become a rushed and focused pastime of legal professionals and professional bodies se...

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International insight for UTS graduatesMar 03 2012

THOSE WHO feel like a little postgraduate study in their holidays to answer questions about the world will have access to four leading inter...

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