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LIV drops membership fee by 80%Apr 28 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria has unveiled a $4 million member subsidy package to support members and practitioners across the Garden State

by Jerome Doraisamy

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Apr 27 2020‘Informer 3838’: The real story behind Lawyer X

Over two feature-length episodes, the story of Lawyer X was told – parts of it were on the money, ...

by Naomi Neilson

Apr 27 20202 in 5 lawyers have reduced workload in wake of COVID-19

Research exclusive to Lawyers Weekly has found that a troubling number of lawyers have seen a decrea...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Apr 27 202030u30 real estate finalists revealed

Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce the finalists for the real estate category at this year’s 30...

by Emma Ryan

Apr 27 2020Advice from recruiters about weathering the COVID-19 storm

Worried about the impact of the pandemic on your vocational prospects? Six recruiters offer their th...

by Jerome Doraisamy

SA lawyer pleads guilty to supplying cocaine, contests obstruction chargeApr 27 2020

An Adelaide criminal lawyer has pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine, but will contest a charge of attempting to pervert the course of justic...

by Tony Zhang

HopgoodGanim assists in foundation fund for COVID-19 vaccine researchApr 27 2020

HopgoodGanim has advised Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Foundation on a pro bono basis in a matter to fund COVID-19 vaccine research....

by Tony Zhang

Capital raising regime changes may be retained post-pandemicApr 27 2020

New disclosure requirements for allocating capital – brought about by the advent of COVID-19 – may be here to stay, “and with a broade...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Legal concerns remain following release of COVIDSafe appApr 27 2020

While advocacy bodies support the government’s efforts to combat coronavirus, there are outstanding privacy and legislative concerns perta...

by Jerome Doraisamy

A grim reality: The justice system and sexual assault casesApr 27 2020

Leave a little bit of evidence, and offenders of a murder are easier to prosecute. Leave the smallest remorse and offenders of manslaughter ...

by Naomi Neilson