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THE PEAK BODY representing lawyers across Australia has supported concerns raised by former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser that new powers gi

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Support grows for evidence overhaul

MOMENTUM IS growing to remedy the problem of the jumble of evidence laws, the Australian Law Reform ...

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Awards serve justice

CHAMPIONS OF access to justice are to be recognised through the Law and Justice Foundation’s annua...

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Professionals visit The Hague

AN AUSTRALIAN international legal academic will experience first hand the workings of the Internatio...

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Ferguson moves on

AFTER TWO years at the helm of the Queensland Law Society, Glenn Ferguson is retiring from the role ...

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MBC gains ‘medical lawyers’ in merger

JUST AS the media is immobilised by new laws that prevent it from writing about lawyers who do personal injury work, Maurice Blackburn Cashm...

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Class action expert to Sydney Uni

A PIONEER of the use of class actions for consumers has joined the Law Faculty at University of Sydney as an Associate Professor.Peter Cashm...

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Lawyers flock to Brisbane’s Eagle Street

LAW FIRM Clayton Utz has abandoned the offices it has inhabited in Brisbane for the past 20 years, taking up a new post in the city’s Eagl...

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Firms explain partner crunch

IT WAS NOT just top-tier firms that saw a wave of partners depart over the past six months, with smaller firms experiencing an exodus of sen...

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Litigation looms large in financial services

THE AREA of financial services is rapidly becoming a litigation hotspot, spurred on by the increased level of regulatory intervention post H...

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