In-house attractionAug 14 2018

“Being in-house is a really nice way to be part of a business.” Those words, imparted by Electrical Trades Union of Australia national l

by Jerome Doraisamy


Jul 17 2018A new way to work

The legal marketplace is an ever-evolving beast, with technological and workplace innovation challen...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jun 08 2018Master and apprentice

Mentoring arrangements can come in many different guises. Tom Lodewyke examines how they are prepari...

by Tom Lodewyke

May 30 2018Law and LGBTQI rights: Where are we at?

Whether you believe the 2017 same-sex marriage postal survey was a showcase of democracy at its best...

by Jerome Doraisamy

May 10 2018The RegTech influence

Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with InfoTrack and LEAP, recently conducted a Regulatory Technology S...

by Emma Ryan

Tapping into the ASEAN promiseMay 03 2018

Prosperity may be fabled to lie somewhere over the rainbow, but forecasters are confidently pointing to south-east Asia as a wellspring of o...

by Melissa Coade

Life after lawMay 02 2018

Retirement from law doesn’t mean retirement from life. ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Bankrolling justiceMay 01 2018

From a medieval debate between legal scholars to a multibillion dollar capital market, litigation funding has evolved into a permanent fixtu...

by Emma Ryan and Aleks Vickovich

Where to from #MeToo? Breaking the silence about ‘gender-hostile’ workplacesApr 17 2018

According to Dr Karen O’Connell, gender inequality is a problem that has been plaguing women in Australia’s legal profession for far too...

by Melissa Coade

In-house heavyweightsApr 10 2018

The second annual Lawyers Weekly Corporate Counsel Awards recognised Australia's best in-house lawyers. ...

by Emma Ryan