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A Mighty Heart: Claire Hammerton, DeaconsMar 03 2012

Claire Hammerton is part of a vanguard of young lawyers who are seeking hands-on ways to engage with human rights and social justice issues,

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Mar 03 2012Pro Bono star tackles Indigenous unemployment

The human side of pro bono work can sometimes become obscured among all the lofty corporate mission ...

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Mar 03 2012Attitude adjustment for young lawyers

The expectations of young lawyers need to change in order to meet the needs of law firms in the curr...

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Mar 03 2012College of Law gets WA approval

The College of Law has received approval for its Practical Legal Training (PLT) course which is spe...

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Mar 03 2012Not enough funding to meet demand says ALSA

The Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) has called on the Federal Government to review the p...

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Melbourne Law School Dean receives honorary doctorateMar 03 2012

The Dean of Melbourne Law School, Professor James Hathaway, has been presented with an honorary doctorate from Belgium's Université C...

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LaTrobe student takes the world stageMar 03 2012

LaTrobe University student Leigh Howard has been recognised as the "Most Outstanding Delegate" at the 2009 Harvard University National Model...

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Einfeld gets minimum two yearsMar 03 2012

Former Federal Court Justice Einfeld has finally met his fate, being handed a minimum two year jail sentence this morning. NSW Supreme Court...

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Government to review legal service spendMar 03 2012

Commonwealth agencies spent an extra $102 million on legal expenditure in 2007-08 compared with the last financial year, resulting in the an...

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Greens oil spill proposal criticisedMar 03 2012

Legal experts on Thursday criticised the Greens proposal to change federal laws to prevent foreign ships leaving Australian ports during rou...

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