Opinion

By Digital|05 September 2016
Why policies alone don’t change sexual harassment cultures

Why policies alone don’t change sexual harassment cultures

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The pandemic has impacted the way that we work, with one major change being the huge uptick in the number of people working from home. However, just b...

Is sexual harassment a generational problem?

Retro-sexism is on the rise – this means we are seeing a worrying return to old-fashioned stereotypes, write Katie Williams and Justine Cooper. ...

Lessons for corporate Australia that can’t be ignored

The past week serves as a stark reminder of the inextricable importance of good governance, writes Megan Motto. ...

Let’s keep equality on the agenda during COVID-19

From the virtual boardroom to the home office, gender issues cannot be sidelined as the global pandemic continues, writes Megan Motto. ...

Be a problem expert, not a tech expert

The good news is that corporate counsel don’t actually need to know a lot about legal tech, writes Sam Burrett. ...

Aged care crisis highlights need for improved governance

As a potential second wave of COVID-19 threatens NSW, now is the time for better governance and risk management, writes Megan Motto. ...

A day in the life of a corporate counsel

Life as an in-house legal counsel isn’t what one would think. It’s even better, writes Lawrence Lau. ...

Midyear cyber considerations for in-house teams

Following a half-yearly stocktake on developments in the cyber risk landscape last year, a team of lawyers from Clyde & Co returns to discuss such...

Becoming a cross-jurisdictional lawyer

While the future of Australia’s legal sector is, at present, uncertain, one thing is clear – the way legal professionals will work has changed dra...