Legal academic takes on new roleSep 11 2018

A legal profession with 20 years’ experience in competition and consumer law has departed her academic role for a new gig.

by Emma Ryan


Sep 03 2018To 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 emotio...

by Flynne Tytherleigh

Jul 12 2018ANU revamps JD degree

The Australian National University Law School will be offering a reformed Juris Doctor degree in 201...

by Emma Ryan

Jun 25 2018UQ’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...

by Emma Ryan

Jun 19 2018Brave 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 an...

by Melissa Coade

Master and apprenticeJun 08 2018

Mentoring arrangements can come in many different guises. Tom Lodewyke examines how they are preparing the next generation of leaders in the...

by Tom Lodewyke

The gig economy: Will your company be left behind?Jun 05 2018

With the rising use of contingent labour, large enterprises should now be broadening their HR function to encompass all workers, Jonathan Hu...

by Jonathan Hunter

A diplomatic path: From Queensland to Kabul May 22 2018

Lawyers Weekly speaks with the First Secretary for the Australian Embassy in Afghanistan and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) ...

by Melissa Coade

UQ names new law school headMay 16 2018

The University of Queensland has revealed it has appointed a new academic dean and head of school for the TC Beirne School of Law. News ...

by Emma Ryan

Min Jin Lee: From New York lawyer to acclaimed authorMay 04 2018

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 ...

by Melissa Coade