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George Pell seeks appeal in High Court

Cardinal George Pell is seeking leave to appeal his child sex abuse convictions before the High Court of Australia.

by Naomi Neilson

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New legislation to govern corporate culture

The introduction of several key legislations for companies to adhere to has reinforced the need for ...

by Naomi Neilson

‘Young lawyers want their leaders to back them’

The current and incoming 2020 president of the Australian Law Students’ Association have shed ligh...

by Emma Ryan

What makes an award-winning GC

The recipient of the General Counsel of the Year and Excellence Award at this year’s Australian La...

by Emma Ryan

Gordon Legal launches class action into Centrelink’s robodebt system

Gordon Legal announced it is launching a class action against the federal government over the so-cal...

by Naomi Neilson

Victoria Police say Lawyer X had no conflicts of interest

Victoria Police officers and handlers of Lawyer X Nicola Gobbo did not admit to a conflict of interest and were reluctant to own up to any w...

by Naomi Neilson

Lawyers should contact SME clients far less frequently

More than half of SMEs said they are contacted by their lawyer far too often and prefer the contact is limited to once every few months. ...

by Naomi Neilson

How to compete in the global tech marketplace

With technology readily available within Australia’s legal profession, a Chicago-headquartered firm has offered insights on how still main...

by Emma Ryan

Legal aid SA marks 40th anniversary

A number of South Australian legal professionals have gathered to mark the 40th year anniversary of providing legal aid in the state. ...

by Emma Ryan

Sparkes nabs team of 25

Sparke Helmore Lawyers has scooped up a 25-strong team, made up of five new partners and 20 lawyers and support staff.  ...

by Emma Ryan