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Blisters and chafe haunt Trailwalker lawyersMar 03 2012

As Folklaw and the team settled down for a post-work drink last Friday, we spared a brief thought for the good-hearted lawyers foregoing the

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Mar 03 2012Legally savvy? Take the quiz

Lawyers can now test their legal know-how - or lack of it - with a quiz invented by Queensland lawye...

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Mar 03 2012Sneaky insults and brazen heckles: some of the best

With the announcement this week that a woman in the USA was threatening legal action after she was a...

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Mar 03 2012Going out in (dubious) style

With the recent news that the Northern Territory Government is moving to change Azaria Chamberlain's...

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Mar 03 2012Lawyer's house becomes den of iniquity

A long-awaited working holiday has turned awry for an American lawyer and his wife after their real ...

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Diamonds not a supermodel's best friendMar 03 2012

Who would have thought that the gift of diamonds could result in so much trouble for the recipient?With the "blood diamond" trial against th...

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Judge pays for popcorn habitMar 03 2012

A New York City judge has been unceremoniously fired and fined $5500 after accepting popcorn bribes from a snack food delivery driver with t...

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Audience dares not move as firm declares its brandMar 03 2012

In a classic case of making sure the warm up act attracts the punters, IP firm Watermark used a presentation by one the key figures behind M...

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Pot smokers court outMar 03 2012

A six month intelligence gathering operation conducted by Taree police has ended in a massive result for law enforcers: a whole three people...

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He who sees winsMar 03 2012

Remember the gorgeous little seeing-eye fluffy puppy adopted by Brisbane firm Trilby Misso? Well, after much debate and discussion, the litt...

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