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NSW CSO excels as equal opportunity employerMar 02 2012

THE NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office (CSO), Freehills and Clayton Utz were among the big winners of the NSW Law Society’s awards for equalit

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Mar 02 2012Lavarch beaten by the black dog

THE QUEENSLAND Attorney-General, Linda Lavarch, resigned from her post amid controversial circumstan...

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Mar 02 2012Freehills scoops the pool at the 2006 Law Awards

THE YEAR 2006 will go down as another of great success for law firm Freehills, which scooped up six ...

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Mar 02 2012Talent metrics under par

HR DEPARTMENTS are under pressure to implement more effective talent management initiatives, as comp...

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Mar 02 2012Gadens puts Top Ten on display

TEN CONTEMPORARY artists are currently showing their works in Gadens Lawyers’ second annual exhibi...

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Threat of legal action against firms increasesMar 02 2012

UK BUSINESSES are facing more lawsuits than ever before and expect levels of litigation to remain constant or increase in the coming year, a...

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No deal to bring home Hicks: RuddockMar 02 2012

FEDERAL ATTORNEY-GENERAL Philip Ruddock avoided detailing the Government’s plans with regard to David Hicks following the passage of new m...

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Indonesian investors await legal reliefMar 02 2012

LIKE THEIR cultures, the legal systems of Australia and its largest near neighbour, Indonesia, bare little comparison. But it is hoped the I...

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Feisty Gilbert & Tobin nails international awardMar 02 2012

WHILE FREEHILLS may have topped the list with the most awards won at the Fuji Xerox Australian Law Awards 2006, the other big scoop was Gilb...

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Ponte Earle and Sartori get down to businessMar 02 2012

MELBOURNE BUSINESS law firm Ponte Earle has announced a merger with Loris F Sartori Solicitors, to become official at the end of the month.P...

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