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6 Jun 2018
The gig economy: Will your company be left behind?
With the rising use of contingent labour, large enterprises should now be broadening their HR function to encompass all workers, Jonathan Hunter write...
23 May 2018
A diplomatic path: From Queensland to Kabul
Lawyers Weekly speaks with the First Secretary for the Australian Embassy in Afghanistan and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Assistant ...
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17 May 2018
UQ names new law school head
The University of Queensland has revealed it has appointed a new academic dean and head of school for the TC Beirne School of Law. Write comme...
4 May 2018
Min Jin Lee: From New York lawyer to acclaimed author
The author of New York Times bestseller Pachinko, speaks with Lawyers Weekly about how she quit law more than 20 years ago to step out on a creative j...
4 May 2018
Do Aus lawyers need to be better media-trained?
A new university course for Canadian law students that teaches best practices for media interaction needs to be introduced in Australia, according to ...
12 Apr 2018
Do androids dream of electric sheep? Or why I'm not scared of robot lawyers
Lawyers who are concerned about being superseded by robots should not lose sight of the fact that the human element will always be an essential part...
12 Apr 2018
UQ wins 2018 Jessup Moot
For the third time, students from the University of Queensland have won the world’s oldest and largest international moot court event. Write...
9 Apr 2018
How a pocket square business is helping one law student thrive
Building a business that designs and manufacturers pocket squares for men has become a welcome vocational outlet for one Melbourne-based law student. ...
21 Mar 2018
If you want to land legal work in Asia, prepare to be a ‘jack of all trades’
Generalist legal skills are important for lawyers wanting to succeed in the Asia-Pacific market, a group of Perth law students has heard. Writ...
20 Mar 2018
Graduate glut confusion misses the point – it’s about jobs
We all know law graduates struggling to find a job, however to think about other ramifications, writes Nicholas van Hattem. Write comment (5...
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