LexisNexis executive recognised for human rights workNov 23 2017

A LexisNexis executive has been announced as a finalist in a global awards program for women in business. News Write comment (0 Comm

by Tom Lodewyke


Nov 22 2017‘Bamboo ceiling’ thought piece wins inaugural law prize

A paper that explores the idea of affirmative action to achieve greater diversity among members of A...

by Melissa Coade

Nov 20 2017ANU College of Law appoints new dean

A distinguished legal academic and the former head of law of a higher education institution in Irela...

by Melissa Coade

Nov 15 2017This Christmas I will not be having a legal meltdown

I’ve known my husband for five years and every single Christmas, in the time we’ve been together...

by Catherine Brooks

Nov 09 2017Lawyer admits he was not equipped to run a law firm

A legal practitioner in the ACT, who was fined $2,500 for unsatisfactory professional conduct, has c...

by Melissa Coade

From lawyer to CEO by 25Nov 09 2017

A young lawyer turned charity organisation CEO has revealed the reason for her career change. News Write comment (0 Comments) ...

by Tom Lodewyke

How one lawyer found his niche in-houseNov 06 2017

A young in-house counsel has revealed how his law degree took him on a career path he never expected. News Write comment (0 Comments...

by Tom Lodewyke

The Chaser stunt that went ‘horribly right’Nov 01 2017

Julian Morrow, a former lawyer and a founding member of The Chaser, has delved into the group’s APEC stunt at a new CPD event. News ...

by Tom Lodewyke

How a dinner conversation made one man the boss of Salvos Legal Oct 31 2017

The managing partner of Salvos Legal has reflected on his 15 years with the social enterprise commercial law firm and the fateful meal that ...

by Melissa Coade

Tech uptake fostering work/life balance, study findsOct 31 2017

Technological solutions are helping lawyers find greater balance in their lives and pursue “non-traditional” career paths, according to ...

by Tom Lodewyke