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29 Mar 2016
Courts empty after 18 judges hit by stomach bug
More than one third of New Zealand's top judges have been forced to cancel court hearings after falling ill during a retreat. Write comment (...
Angela Powditch
23 Mar 2016
Australian mature law student takes on Oxford
Southern Cross University mature law student Angela Powditch is set to embark on a trip to England to attend Oxford University summer school for one m...
Michael Chaaya
21 Mar 2016
Male lawyers push to make flexibility a reality
An online documentary series starring five executives, including a Corrs Chambers Westgarth partner and a Telstra in-house counsel, has followed their...
18 Mar 2016
Firm sponsors 80 African students
A national firm has launched a partnership with not-for-profit organisation So They Can, which will see 10 lawyers travel to Kenya in August to meet ...
16 Mar 2016
Tired attorney’s client has conviction thrown out
A US federal appeals court has overturned a man’s conviction after his lawyer repeatedly fell asleep during the trial. Write comment (0 Com...
11 Mar 2016
Lawyers go bush for mental health
Two lawyers from Thynne + Macartney have taken on a gruelling 1,237-kilometre ride through the outback to raise money for mental health services. ...
10 Mar 2016
Unemployed law grad sues law school
A US law graduate was due to appear in court earlier this week to sue her law school for misrepresenting her chances of employment. Write comm...
9 Mar 2016
Tragic demise ahead for legal agony aunt
The long-running cartoon character John Fytit, Legal Agony Ombudsman, is set to meet his end. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
8 Mar 2016
Regional women lawyers in the limelight
The Governor of Victoria has recognised the contributions of regional women lawyers in the lead-up to International Women’s Day. Write comme...
2 Mar 2016
Morcombe lawyer recognised for 9 years of pro bono
Solicitor Peter Boyce OAM, who helped secure the conviction of Queensland teenager Daniel Morcombe’s killer, has been lauded for his fee-free work...
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