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21 Jan 2019
2019 Justice Project opens with 22 law grads
The Piddington Society has launched its annual Justice Project, with this year seeing 22 law graduates. ...
20 Dec 2018
McCabes hosts its first legal disruption event
Held in conjunction with the firm’s technology partner Checkbox, the first ever #MCDisruptsLegal event saw the McCabe Curwood litigation and dispute...
10 Dec 2018
Partner raises $150k for premature and stillbirth prevention
A Melbourne lawyer has raised $150,000 in aid of the prevention and awareness of premature and still birth work done by the Mercy Hospital for Women i...
27 Nov 2018
Melbourne breakfast aims to end gendered violence
As the day dawned on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, a number of law firms joined forces in Melbourne to raise mo...
14 Nov 2018
Coleman Greig supports Western Sydney’s female athletes
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport has had a monetary boost, through the support of Coleman Greig Lawyers. ...
9 Nov 2018
Landers looks to help provide workplace opportunities for South Sudanese communities
National firm Lander & Rogers has teamed up with local business leaders in Melbourne on an initiative to help young people in the South Sudanese c...
6 Nov 2018
Former High Court judge to wed
Renowned former High Court judge Michael Kirby has revealed he will marry long-term partner Johan van Vloten, despite previously announcing a personal...
1 Nov 2018
Clayton Utz hosts TEDx Bligh St event
National law firm Clayton Utz has delved into the worldwide phenomenon that is TEDx, hosting a talkfest at its Sydney offices. ...
31 Oct 2018
Holding Redlich partners with anti-slavery charity
Holding Redlich Sydney has partnered with The Freedom Hub in a bid to raise awareness about modern slavery and the implications of the modern slavery ...
30 Oct 2018
WA lawyer secures $1.6m soccer club funding
A Western Australian local government lawyer has helped his soccer club receive approval for a $1.6 million facility redevelopment after acting for th...
16 Oct 2018
Mills Oakley steps it out to raise funds
National law firm Mills Oakley have stepped up to take part in a challenge that sees it raise funds for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance. ...
15 Oct 2018
Lawyer well-suited to dress other lawyers
A Melbourne businessman has used his past experiences as a lawyer to turn his attention instead to dressing them, in a career change he says shares si...
10 Oct 2018
HSF celebrates 100 years of NSW women in law
Herbert Smith Freehills has recently celebrated the first 100 years of women in law in NSW, with a cocktail event in honour of the milestone. ...
5 Oct 2018
Qld art prize sees law firm support
Holding Redlich has sponsored a major Queensland art prize, highlighting its continued support for the arts. ...
28 Sep 2018
Lawyers on Demand celebrates 10 years
Alternative legal services provider Lawyers on Demand has marked its tenth year of operation, after being founded in 2008 by three Freehills alumni. ...
26 Sep 2018
WA hosts first legal hackathon
Murdoch University law student Kashmirra Thevar has facilitated the western state’s first interdisciplinary legal hackathon. ...
18 Sep 2018
Clayton Utz celebrates gender equality with Melbourne cocktail event
Clayton Utz has once again held its Momentum cocktail function to provide a platform for Australian leaders to talk on gender equality themes. ...
12 Sep 2018
KWM names recipients of inaugural $25k Art Prize
King & Wood Mallesons has officially declared the recipients of its inaugural Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Prize. ...
10 Sep 2018
Changing Face of the Bar exhibit opens in Melbourne
A photo exhibition, showcasing the Victorian Bar of the 1930s and 1980s to today’s world, is now open at the Peter O’Callaghan Gallery in Melbourn...
4 Sep 2018
Sydney Lawyers Orchestra to strike a chord with special November performance
To commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I, Sydney Lawyers Orchestra is signifying the occasion with a special concert performance. ...
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