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Celebrating the achievements of the in-house marketJul 30 2019

In-house work is become increasingly attractive to the next generation of lawyers coming through the ranks and given the calibre of legal pr

by Jerome Doraisamy

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Jul 28 2019Spotlight on Judge Bruce Smith

Society sometimes forgets that the judges who form the backbone of our justice system are people too...

by Grace Ormsby

Jul 23 2019What are the features of a successful in-house team?

An award-winning corporate counsel unit has outlined what it sees as being the key signs that an in-...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jul 21 2019Recapping the inaugural Corporate Counsel Summit

For the first time, Lawyers Weekly hosted a summit for in-house lawyers, bringing together local and...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jul 14 2019Does an ASX debut make sense for law firms?

The notion of listing and launching an initial public offering (IPO) is not lost on Australia’s co...

by Emma Ryan

‘When the tide rises, all boats rise’May 08 2019

In the same way that ‘disruption’ has, for some, become a buzzword for environmental and professional change, ‘innovation’ too tends...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Riding the legal op(portunitie)s waveMay 07 2019

It’s a strange paradox to consider that Australia as a whole might not be entirely sure what legal operations can do, but as a profession,...

by Grace Ormsby

Future-proofing the next generation of lawyersMay 06 2019

The legal profession, and the marketplace surrounding it, is evolving rapidly. Employers, from BigLaw to corporate businesses, are re-educat...

by Jerome Doraisamy

The emergence of e-conveyancingMay 01 2019

e-Conveyancing has become a hot commodity in the Australian market. How are lawyers responding? ...

by Emma Ryan

BigLaw to boutiqueApr 29 2019

What to know about setting up shop and being your own boss. ...

by Emma Ryan