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24 Mar 2017
Professional privilege
Discussions about diversity on the bench, at the bar, and in the private and public sectors abound. Earning a place at the table is one thing, but it ...
Lawyers Weekly
24 Mar 2017
Online identity
‘A picture is worth a thousand words’, so what impression does your online persona present to prospective clients? Write comment (0 Comme...
Lawyers Weekly
24 Mar 2017
Where the hype is
Lawyers in the real estate space saw a little summer slowdown. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
24 Mar 2017
Sights on Scotland
The home of kilts and bagpipes is often overlooked in favour of its English neighbour, but it holds many surprises for Aussie lawyers looking for a ch...
17 Mar 2017
Call To Action
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17 Mar 2017
In House Disruptor
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24 Feb 2017
Fit for purpose
Tomorrow's law graduates are being moulded into a new generation of legal thought leaders and social innovators, but preparing them for the unknown is...
24 Feb 2017
Brave new world
Nearly four years after the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2012 came into full effect, corporate-structured patent and tra...
24 Feb 2017
Unlocking Africa
Widely considered the portal to untapped opportunities embedded in the rest of the continent, South Africa is attracting the attention of internationa...
24 Jan 2017
Year in Review: The headlining acts
If the past 12 months are anything to go by, not even the sky will demarcate the next calendar year in law. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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