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25 Sep 2018
Legal tech is the pacemaker our profession needs
Having a heart condition from such an early age has made me realise how crucial technology is to our future and success, writes Monash law student Fly...
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17 Sep 2018
Tarnishes on my transcript
Why grades should have absolutely nothing to do with clerkships, or anything really, writes Monash law student Flynne Tytherleigh. Write comme...
speech bubble, advice, young lawyers
17 Sep 2018
Advice for young lawyers from the NSW Chief Justice
In a recent speech at the admission of new practitioners to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Chief Justice Tom Bathurst AC proffered words of wis...
13 Sep 2018
The myth of the well-rounded law student
I’m proud to say that my biggest achievement is that I have gotten through nearly all of my law degree despite all the challenges, writes Monash Un...
12 Sep 2018
Legal academic takes on new role
A legal profession with 20 years’ experience in competition and consumer law has departed her academic role for a new gig. Write comment (0...
3 Sep 2018
To all the clerkship applications I’ve cried over before
It is important for law students to ask themselves why they invest so much – physically and emotionally – in the clerkship application process, wr...
13 Jul 2018
ANU revamps JD degree
The Australian National University Law School will be offering a reformed Juris Doctor degree in 2019, offering greater accessibility and flexibility ...
25 Jun 2018
UQ’s research project to bolster law student opportunities
Legal researchers from the University of Queensland are set to unveil a new project which will help create greater opportunities for students. ...
20 Jun 2018
Brave international judges needed to champion trial rights, barrister says
Australian Kate Gibson shares what life is like working as a barrister on the international stage and explains why achieving justice under intense pol...
8 Jun 2018
Master and apprentice
Mentoring arrangements can come in many different guises. Tom Lodewyke examines how they are preparing the next generation of leaders in the law. ...
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Australian law firm Thomson Geer has welcomed a new partner into their corporate and M&A team. ...
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Western Australia’s legal pro bono referral service Law Access is welcoming the announcement of a ...
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Queensland crown prosecutor appointed to District Court
Crown prosecutor Glen Cash QC has been appointed to the District Court of Queensland and will presid...
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Why workplace wellness is the real trickle-down economics
Failure to adequately cater for staff health and wellbeing is not only morally bankrupt – it’s a...
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Apr 16 2019
How south-east Asia helped me find myself as a law student
You don’t have to know when you start law school what it is that you’re going to do with the res...
Apr 4 2019
Does a 1998 fishing case foretell Brexit?
The current political uncertainty has left the British public fishing for answers, and perhaps ironi...