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9 May 2019
‘When the tide rises, all boats rise’
In the same way that ‘disruption’ has, for some, become a buzzword for environmental and professional change, ‘innovation’ too tends to encaps...
Next generation lawyers
6 May 2019
Future-proofing the next generation of lawyers
The legal profession, and the marketplace surrounding it, is evolving rapidly. Employers, from BigLaw to corporate businesses, are re-educating young ...
The emergence of e-conveyancing
2 May 2019
The emergence of e-conveyancing
e-Conveyancing has become a hot commodity in the Australian market. How are lawyers responding? Write comment (0 Comments) ...
30 Apr 2019
BigLaw to boutique
What to know about setting up shop and being your own boss. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
26 Apr 2019
Breaking point
Consult a dictionary, and you’ll find plenty of different definitions for the word ‘broken’. Among its many meaning variants, ‘broken’, as ...
12 Apr 2019
What can lawyers learn from Game of Thrones?
Game of Thrones is, arguably, the most consequential television show of this decade. As such, it is prudent to consider whether the show offers lesson...
7 Feb 2019
Sole practitioners, boutiques and behaviour
Lawyers Weekly is oft-accused of ‘picking on the little guy’ as it publishes stories on tribunal judgments of conduct contrary to one’s profess...
21 Jan 2019
Privilege, policing and the pub test: Questions to be answered from the Lawyer X scandal
While the Royal Commission into Management of Informants will be held in and limited to Victoria, its ramifications for both justice and law enforceme...
2 Jan 2019
Marching on: What to expect in 2019
The year just passed was one of the busiest in law yet. It saw the introduction of new tech, the coming together of major legal players, the breakdown...
14 Dec 2018
What can lawyers learn from Harry Potter?
Stephen King mused that every book one picks up offers its own lessons. The seven-part Harry Potter series penned by J.K. Rowling is, unquestionably, ...
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