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How lawyers navigate the ‘interesting and unusual’ world of criminal lawJan 29 2020

The criminal justice system and the role of criminal lawyers are chaotically busy, majorly rewarding, consistently surprising – and often

by Naomi Neilson

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Jan 23 2020The global behemoth of e-discovery

Revealing insights derived from 2019’s Relativity Fest, as well as some of the industry’s most n...

by Emma Ryan

Jan 21 2020#auslaw: Stepping into a new era

The modern legal marketplace continues to evolve – both organically and in response to environment...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jan 20 2020Balancing life as a barrister and a parent

Life at the bar is, arguably, one of the more challenging vocational paths a legal professional can ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Dec 12 2019Which firms believe in climate change and take meaningful action?

NSW continues to burn, and Australians are demanding greater action from businesses in combating th...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Michael Kirby’s ‘lasting contribution’ to lawNov 12 2019

Carpe Diem! and other musings behind one of Australia’s most renowned judges, Michael Kirby AC CMG, whose illustrious career had to hurdle...

by Naomi Neilson

Digital adoption and the shake-up of legal practiceNov 10 2019

As any lawyer knows, utilising technology has become essential in the business of law. But where do you stack up on the rate of adoption in ...

by Emma Ryan

An examination of life as an in-house TMT lawyerNov 05 2019

“I have worked in the TMT sector for 21 years and have never wanted to leave.” That reflection seems to sum up how a number of senior le...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Why do firms continue to treat applicants like dirt?Nov 03 2019

Recently, Lawyers Weekly put a call out for anecdotes from lawyers who, as students or graduates, had faced negative experiences when applyi...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Micro-practice: A leaner way to be a lawyerAug 01 2019

In a competitive market the need for modernisation is paramount. With this is mind, are micro-practices the boutique firms of the future? ...

by Jerome Doraisamy