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Lawyers push for compensation changes in TasmaniaMar 03 2012

THE TASMANIAN State Government needs to change its workers’ compensation laws to make them fairer for injured workers, according to lawyer

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Mar 03 2012Shortages to continue: 2006

DEMAND FOR skilled lawyers in Australia will increase even further in 2006 as the level activity in...

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Mar 03 2012Noori’s ordeal could have been less

THE LAWYER representing Australia’s longest serving immigration detainee says his client’s ordea...

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Mar 03 2012Deacons call on their own

DEACONS WILL launch its alumni network around Australia this month and is encouraging former employe...

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Mar 03 2012Discrimination a mature woe

NEW AGE discrimination laws are said to be the primary cause of increased age discrimination complai...

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Govt urged to privatise corporate regulatorMar 03 2012

THE CORPORATE regulator should be privatised and opened to competitive markets to encourage better performance, a leading academic research ...

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Regulation crucial for AML successMar 03 2012

AS CORPORATIONS digest the Federal Government’s draft anti-money laundering (AML) bill, the regulation of the new framework is emerging as...

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One in four looks for an outMar 03 2012

MORE THAN a quarter of lawyers in NSW are considering leaving the profession, and almost a quarter of these are under 35, according to the N...

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Sydney draws in young lawyersMar 03 2012

A NEW survey conducted by the New South Wales Law Society sheds some light on the trend of lawyers staying in large city law firms and then ...

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Firm unites workplace practicesMar 03 2012

A NEW workplace relations practice at law firm Hopgood Ganim is a result of changesto the industrial relations laws and growth in the employ...

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