Allens advises on UN human rights reportMar 02 2012

ALLENS ARTHUR Robinson has taken a detour from the traditional focus of its commercial law practice, advising on a United Nations report on

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Mar 02 2012Gadens: The house of rock

IF THERE is a common stereotype for the average litigation lawyer, then Gadens’ Rowena Specht-Whyt...

by Angela Priestley

Mar 02 2012AG bulldozes SCAG roadblocks

THE INSTALLATION of Labor governments across the nation has given hope to those seeking harmonisatio...

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Mar 03 2012Offline lawyers finish last

Put the 'I' in your legal writing, start up a blog and get moving on the information superhighway be...

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Mar 03 2012Australian Property Law Bulletin - May 2008 (Vol 22 No 9)

In the May issue: Can the breach of a non-essential term of a contract give rise to a right to termi...

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Freehills strengthens ties with IndiaMar 02 2012

Freehills recently sponsored the Australia India Joint Business Council Summit, held in Melbourne on 20 May. Freehills is looking to promote...

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Truth the burden of animal lawMar 02 2012

IF GIVEN the opportunity, the president of the Australian Law Reform Commission would amend Australian law to include a Truth in Animal Welf...

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Minters and the University of Canberra launch WTO training programsMar 02 2012

MINTER ELLISON Consulting and the Centre for Customs & Excise Studies of the University of Canberra have two courses looking at the Worl...

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Government launches homelessness Green PaperMar 02 2012

The Federal Government has launched a ten-year plan for tackling homelessness. The Green Paper, entitled Which Way Home? A new approach to h...

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Law Society of NSW welcomes reforms to government legal tenderingMar 02 2012

THE LAW Society of New South Wales is supporting the Commonwealth Government’s proposed reforms of the process of procuring government leg...

by Zoe Lyon