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Power to the people Apr 03 2018

Energy and resources lawyers are instrumental in shaping the future of Australia’s power supply and consumption.

by Tom Lodewyke

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Mar 07 2018New species

Modern-day lawyers have evolved to become so much more. ...

by Melissa Coade

Mar 06 2018Podcast pipeline

In this feature we explore why podcasts have become the new video for lawyers across the country. ...

by Emma Ryan

Mar 05 2018Bigger and better

It’s said that everything is bigger in Texas, but how goes the legal opportunities in the Lone Sta...

by Emma Ryan

Mar 04 2018The moral duty to do no harm

Legal institutions – both educational and professional – have duties to assist those in their ca...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Unethical firm climate breeding unhealthier lawyersFeb 28 2018

New, groundbreaking findings from one of Australia’s leading law schools is lifting the lid on the nexus between perceived workplace cultu...

by Jerome Doraisamy

HardwiredFeb 05 2018

How innovation has transformed the advocate’s approach, from chambers to the courtroom.  ...

by Melissa Coade

Master and apprentice Feb 04 2018

Mentoring arrangements can come in many different guises. Tom Lodewyke examines how they are preparing the next generation of leaders in the...

by Tom Lodewyke

Southern exposureFeb 01 2018

Despite it being the coldest and most inhospitable place on earth, there is a niche community that specialises in Antarctic law. ...

by Tom Lodewyke

Character assassination Jan 31 2018

Described as “the action of damaging the good reputation of someone; slander or libel”, defamation cases have been keeping lawyers busy ...

by Emma Ryan