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Becoming an ‘empire builder’ post-pandemicJul 09 2020

Life after coronavirus is coming, and for boutique lawyers who know what they’re doing, business success is on the horizon.

by Jerome Doraisamy

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Jul 06 2020‘Nightmare of serious errors’: How Australia’s miscarriages of justice and wrongful convictions are crippling the criminal justice system

From taking the fall for a dingo, simply being the wrong person in the wrong place, or just hopping ...

by Naomi Neilson

Jul 02 2020How COVID-19 has changed #auslaw

The Australian legal marketplace will never be the same again once the age of coronavirus has passed...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jun 30 2020The rise and rise of the in-house lawyer

As the marketplace looks toward a post-pandemic world, the inextricable influence corporate counsel ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

May 03 2020BigLaw 2020: A brave new world

The emergence and substantial influence of knowledge, innovation, tech and project management positi...

by Jerome Doraisamy

A grim reality: The justice system and sexual assault casesApr 27 2020

Leave a little bit of evidence, and offenders of a murder are easier to prosecute. Leave the smallest remorse and offenders of manslaughter ...

by Naomi Neilson

Why legal tech is crucial for team success during a pandemicApr 23 2020

During such unprecedented and unpredictable times, new and evolving legal technologies will make daily legal practice and processes much eas...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Spirituality, positivity and connection: The next frontier for boutique wellness?Apr 23 2020

Life as a sole practitioner or in a boutique firm often, if not always, requires determination of workplace habits that best suit the indivi...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Navigating waves of social change in the FMCG spaceApr 21 2020

Lawyers Weekly profiled four senior corporate counsel in the FMCG space to garner a better understanding and appreciation for a sector that,...

by Adam Thorn and Jerome Doraisamy

Lawyer X and Paul Dale: The story of dirty tricks, cover-ups and corruptionMar 19 2020

For quite some time, and even now still, Paul Dale would open his newspaper or switch on the television to see his face and the label “dis...

by Naomi Neilson