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22 Feb 2016
Old world tour
Europe has always held a glamorous allure for Australians, but not all lawyers will find it an easy transition. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
gender
22 Feb 2016
Changing the question
If the legal industry wants to achieve true diversity, it must stop asking questions that assume gender roles. Write comment (1 Comment) ...
race
22 Feb 2016
Winning the tax race
As scrutiny over tax filings heats up, firms are pushing to adopt innovative models for their tax practices. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
19 Jan 2016
Robot invasion
Law firms can choose to either reject or embrace artificial intelligence – but ready or not, the tech revolution has arrived. Story by Felicity Nels...
19 Jan 2016
Briefs on the beach
Practice in a tropical paradise is not all about sunsets and cocktails. Felicity Nelson reports. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
19 Jan 2016
The future of work
The way we employ and are employed is drastically different from the way of previous generations – and employment law has been forced to adapt. Lara...
19 Jan 2016
The right prescription
Safeguarding intellectual property through the Trans-Pacific Partnership will foster new initiatives and increased investment, writes Emma Press. ...
17 Dec 2015
Year in Review: Rough Waters
In the new legal market, dramatic changes and uncertain conditions are just a part of the landscape. Story by Stefanie Garber, Lara Bullock and Felic...
17 Dec 2015
Asia’s melting pot
As the business centre of South East Asia ramps up its legal offering, Australian lawyers are in the midst of the action. Lara Bullock reports. ...
17 Dec 2015
It’s not easy being green
Environmental lawyers work in a rapidly evolving field, which increasingly puts them at the centre of vigorous policy debates. Felicity Nelson reports...
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