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20 Oct 2017
Podcast: One of law’s most infamous alumni – in conversation with Julian Morrow
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Melissa Coade is joined by The Chaser’s Julian Morrow. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Scales of Justice
19 Oct 2017
‘Ego status’ compelled ex-lawyer to defraud $2.97m, court told
Debarred lawyer John Gordon Bradfield told an NSW District Court that he was driven by “ego status”, after pleading guilty to making false stateme...
Legal podcasts, tune in, microphone
19 Oct 2017
Legal podcasts you have to tune in to right now
The rise of the internet has hailed in a new dawn for storytelling. Here’s our top pick of podcasts legal eagles should be listening out for. ...
18 Oct 2017
Academics entertain the idea of law without lawyers
Researchers from Queensland will explore some of the most disruptive trends tipped to transform the future of law.   Write comment (2 Commen...
9 Oct 2017
New shining light for Victorian law school
Deakin University has unveiled a new executive team for its law school, with the appointment of a new dean and deputy dean. Write comment (0 ...
6 Oct 2017
Melbourne Law makes lucky number 7 in world rankings
The only Australian law school to claim a spot in the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2018 for law is the University of Melbourne...
25 Sep 2017
Moot unleashes animal advocacy
Melbourne has played host to one of the largest animal law moots, with student participants put through their paces on a question about pet owner pr...
21 Sep 2017
Law’s most infamous gastropod returns
Melbourne law students have taken out a short film competition with a humorous documentary on the landmark Donoghue v Stevenson case. Write co...
14 Sep 2017
Lawyers, listen up: Tips from a mindfulness coach
The power in asking the question ‘are you okay?’ is the message that you are present, available and really listening to another person, mindfulnes...
11 Sep 2017
Paid human rights fellowship on offer with Legal Aid NSW
A salaried human rights fellowship with Legal Aid NSW is being offered to law students from the University of New South Wales. Write comment ...
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