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Deacons advised on workplace reforms

MINISTER FOR Employment and Workplace Relations Kevin Andrews confirmed his intention to introduce significant workplace reforms, including

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New moot court open for debate

GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY’S new electronic moot court was opened at the Nathan campus in Brisbane this w...

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Lawyers to sport winter medals

THE QUESTION on everybody’s lips at this year’s Volvo Lawyers Ski Race will be whether any non-O...

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Macliver to head Bell Gully

NEW ZEALAND law firm Bell Gully has appointed Stephen Macliver as the firm’s new chief executive, ...

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Most WMC lawyers stay on

BHP BILLITON has offered positions to eight members of WMC Resources’ 12-strong in-house legal tea...

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London lures our lawyers

AFTER LONDON’S financial market recovered from the initial shock of the terrorist attacks on the city last week, it was soon business as u...

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Freehills, Allens in M&A victory

COMPETITION TO take the place as top dog in mergers and acquisitions has again begun. While Freehills this year clearly dominated the Thomso...

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Law Society slams government freeloading

THERE SHOULD BE an urgent review of New South Wales court fees and charges system so that government departments are forced to pay their sha...

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Maxwell QC appointed to Victorian Supreme Court

Chris Maxwell QC, a former Legal Aid Commissioner and former president of Liberty Victoria, has been appointed as a judge of the Supreme Cou...

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Pay not quick fix in lawyer shortage

WHILE AUSTRALIAN FIRMS have been shaking off a conservatism in their recruitment strategies over recent months, determined not to be caught ...

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