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The Chaser stunt that went ‘horribly right’Nov 01 2017

Julian Morrow, a former lawyer and a founding member of The Chaser, has delved into the group’s APEC stunt at a new CPD event.

by Tom Lodewyke

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Oct 26 2017HSF lawyer to make a splash in Hong Kong

A lawyer from Herbert Smith Freehills has announced he will attempt a 45-kilometre ocean swim for ch...

by Tom Lodewyke

Oct 25 2017Eminent practitioners gather for CIArb dinner

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Australia has held its annual dinner, with members of...

by Tom Lodewyke

Oct 22 2017Queensland law school reaches ruby milestone

Celebrating 40 years since establishing a law course in 1977, the Queensland University of Technolog...

by Melissa Coade

Oct 19 2017Sick leave to look after your pet?

In a landmark court case, an Italian woman has been granted sick leave to look after her ill dog. ...

by Tom Lodewyke

Legal podcasts you have to tune in to right nowOct 18 2017

The rise of the internet has hailed in a new dawn for storytelling. Here’s our top pick of podcasts legal eagles should be listening out f...

by Melissa Coade

Human rights ‘champions’ named RACS patronsOct 15 2017

Michael Kirby and Gillian Triggs have been announced as the inaugural patrons of the Refugee Advice and Casework Service. ...

by Melissa Coade

London trade experts reflect on Aussie implications of BrexitOct 08 2017

Several high-profile UK guests, including former politician Lord Peter Mandelson, have visited Australia to share their insights on internat...

by Tom Lodewyke

Ashurst calls on Australia’s best business writersOct 02 2017

The State Library of New South Wales has opened entries for the 2017 Ashurst Business Literature Prize. ...

by Tom Lodewyke

Law firm boss crosses hot coals for charitySep 28 2017

The head of an Aussie firm has walked across hot coals as part of the Dare the Boss campaign. ...

by Tom Lodewyke