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28 Mar 2017
Lawyers bring Hollywood Down Under
The Melbourne Lawyers’ Orchestra will perform music from iconic Hollywood film scores in its next concert. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
23 Mar 2017
Bronze casting wins annual art competition
The first place in Clyde & Co’s Australian Art Award has gone to a conceptual bronze cast sculpture. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
21 Mar 2017
Young lawyers condemn time cuts for asylum seekers’ visas
The federal government’s move to reduce the time that asylum seekers have to lodge protection visa applications is an affront to the principle of ac...
16 Mar 2017
Panel reflects on impact of family violence
A panel of Victorian lawyers has spoken about the state’s recent Royal Commission into Family Violence and the prevalence of family violence experi...
15 Mar 2017
Firm presents $22k cheque to not-for-profit organisation
An Australian law firm has raised over $22,000 for a not-for-profit organisation, which is committed to changing the culture and behaviour that lead t...
14 Mar 2017
Firms to support Victorian go-getters
A Victorian not-for-project organisation is calling on law firms to join a new project, which aims to lend a hand to high-achievers across the state. ...
8 Mar 2017
Lawyers experience Melbourne’s Indigenous history
Staff from Ashurst’s Melbourne office have participated in an educational walking tour, led by the Koorie Heritage Trust, as part of the firm’s Re...
3 Mar 2017
Emerging artists recognised at Maddocks
Maddocks has selected two emerging Australian artists as the recipients of its biennial art prize. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
27 Feb 2017
Ambitions as a rider
A team of family lawyers is gearing up for a 500-kilometre charity bike ride in Thailand. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
20 Feb 2017
Firm reveals shortlist for business literature prize
Four authors have been shortlisted for Ashurst Business Literature Prize, with the winner set to take out $30,000. Write comment (0 Comments)...
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