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25 Oct 2016
Peak of the profession
The best lawyers, legal teams and law firms across the country have reached new heights at Lawyers Weekly’s 2016 Australian Law Awards. Writ...
20 Sep 2016
Australia v the world
While the Australian legal market appears to be a quiet achiever, how does it stack up against the rest of the world? Write comment (1 Commen...
20 Sep 2016
The 21st century barrister
While the bar remains a stronghold of ceremony and tradition, technology is shifting the way barristers practise. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
20 Sep 2016
The rapid rise of telecommunications
As digital distribution becomes more than a buzzword, there is an increasing need for lawyers specialising in technology, media and telecommunications...
20 Sep 2016
No place like home
As regional communities find ways to reinvent themselves, lawyers are satisfying their appetite for legal work. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
22 Aug 2016
The black hole
Demand for mid-level transaction lawyers has exploded in recent years – but there is a gaping hole in the market. Write comment (0 Comments...
22 Aug 2016
The end of paper
Technology has progressed to the point where paper contracts are becoming increasingly obsolete. How has the profession adapted to this shift? ...
22 Aug 2016
Where East meets West
Shanghai has experienced rapid development in recent years – and these changes have opened new opportunities for foreign lawyers. Write comm...
22 Aug 2016
30 Under 30 Awards 2016
At the 30 Under 30 awards, Lawyers Weekly celebrated a new wave of legal leaders. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
19 Jul 2016
Open for business
The open-plan law firms of today would be unrecognisable to the lawyers of the past — but these changes go deeper than pure aesthetics. Writ...
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