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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) ...
Book
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)...
13 Feb 2017
Firm partners with Tropfest film festival
In its 25th year celebrating homegrown film, Tropfest has announced Colin Biggers & Paisley as its legal partner for the next three years. ...
10 Feb 2017
Legal heavyweights hit the streets to help the vulnerable
A number of high-profile legal leaders will take to the pavement today in an attempt to raise awareness and funds for homeless and disadvantaged peopl...
8 Feb 2017
Legal comedy duo takes centre stage
A barrister and an associate will temporarily give up their day jobs to showcase their funny sides at the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festiva...
3 Feb 2017
HSF partners with Brisbane’s MELT Festival
The global firm has continued to throw its support behind the MELT Festival, a celebration of LGBTI arts and culture presented by the Brisbane Powerho...
2 Feb 2017
Firm hits the road for rural communities
One law firm is embarking on a two-week road trip to regional Queensland to meet with community members in need. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
1 Feb 2017
Australia's oldest law school reaches milestone
The nation’s longest-running law school is celebrating 160 years of legal education in 2017. Write comment (3 Comments) ...
27 Jan 2017
Marking Day of the Endangered Lawyer
Aussie lawyers have raised their voices in support of their professional counterparts in China. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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