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More resources needed says WA Chief JusticeMar 03 2012

AS NOTED by Western Australian Attorney-General Jim McGinty last week, the state has now seen the head of all three arms of government depar

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Mar 03 2012Staggering to national laws

DESPITE SLOW progress, after recent consultations with state ministers, the Law Council is still opt...

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Mar 03 2012Corporate regulators cross the Tasman

Corporate regulators cross the TasmanAUSTRALIA AND New Zealand’s corporate watchdogs signed an ag...

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Mar 03 2012Tasmanian Law Society calls for fair compensation

THE LAW Society of Tasmania has joined the peak legal body defending the rights of injured Australia...

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Mar 03 2012Feds boost tax fraud, anti-money laundering

Feds boost tax fraud, anti-money launderingLAWYERS WILL be among those targeted after the federal g...

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Adelaide solicitor boosts migrant numbersMar 03 2012

A SOLICITOR at Adelaide firm Mellor Olsson Lawyers has used her legal qualifications to bolster the number of young migrants in South Austra...

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Class action proposed against AWBMar 03 2012

MAURICE BLACKBURN CASHMAN is investigating whether shareholders in AWB have a case for launching a class action against the firm to recover ...

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Due process before comment: NSW LSMar 03 2012

MAKING GOOD on its promise to keep tabs on the “law-and-order auction”, the Law Society of NSW has warned that accusing magistra...

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Legal Leadership ForumMar 03 2012

A QUARTERLY EVENT is specifically prepared for an audience of CIOs in the legal market across Australia will be held later this month in Mel...

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Federal Court most costly court againMar 03 2012

THE FEDERAL COURT has once again replaced the NT Supreme Court as the most costly court per civil case for taxpayers, according to a Product...

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