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21 Jul 2015
Courting the Commonwealth
Major firms have always sought the attention of government agencies to gain lucrative work from the sector, but federal reform has given smaller playe...
Kid Pirate
21 Jul 2015
Battling pirates in the digital age
The advent of information-sharing technology makes it harder to protect intellectual property, but IP laws and lawyers are rising to the challenge. Fe...
Event 30 under 30
21 Jul 2015
It's a wrap!
An impressive crowd turned out to celebrate the best young lawyers in Australia at the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Write comment (0 Comment...
21 Jul 2015
Australians ready to scale Chinese walls
Lawyers predict the long-awaited liberalisation of China’s legal services sector is on the horizon. Leanne Mezrani reports Write comment (0...
18 Jun 2015
The business of doing good
The ethical foundations of pro bono work don’t stop it being of enormous commercial value to law firms, writes Felicity Nelson.  Write com...
18 Jun 2015
A new game in town
The financial services sector has been rocked by scandal and regulatory uncertainty, but lawyers’ stock may be on the rise. Stefanie Garber reports ...
18 Jun 2015
Love the ones you’re with
Before firms invest in attracting new clients they should canvass the options for existing ones, Sally King writes Write comment (0 Comments)...
18 Jun 2015
Rising stars take centre stage
Lawyers Weekly reveals Australia’s best lawyers under the age of 30 Write comment (0 Comments) ...
15 May 2015
Spanning the ages
With four generations of lawyers working under one roof, Gen Y looks set to become the next firm leaders Write comment (0 Comments) ...
15 May 2015
United we must stand
The incoming president of the Law Council of Australia (LCA), Stuart Clark, is passionate about bringing lawyers together to create a national profess...
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