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SME Law Nov 14 2021 ByEva BaileyHas COVID-19 had a negative impact on your relationship?

For the last two years, COVID-19 has affected every aspect of our lives due to efforts made to curb the spread of the vi...

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Big Law Nov 11 2021 BySarah BehennaMeet the men who ‘flex’ in law

We are in the midst of possibly the greatest revolution in the way we work in the modern era, and men in law are startin...

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Big Law Nov 10 2021 ByDr Frank ChowTips to avoid lawyers’ mental health epidemic

Notorious for its long hours, highly competitive nature and stressful environment, the legal sector is seeing intensifie...

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SME Law Nov 09 2021 ByStefanie CostiThe ballerina who became a family lawyer

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Tanya Musgrove spent her formative years training to be a professional ballet dancer...

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Big Law Nov 08 2021 ByUnisearch (with Professor Lyria Bennett Moses and Professor Scott Sisson)Data privacy and the law

Regardless of a firm’s choice of data sharing techniques, said businesses will have to get ahead of the game if they a...

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Big Law Nov 07 2021 ByPhilip LomaxAppetite strong for class actions

New research indicates that most Australians are open to joining a class action, writes Philip Lomax.

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SME Law Oct 31 2021 ByStuart TaylorDeveloping courage in uncertain times

Leading with courage in the face of fear and uncertainty is an enviable skill, but as any courageous leader will tell yo...

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SME Law Oct 28 2021 ByStefanie CostiThe mother-of-four who went from being a personal trainer to a lawyer

Annie Hales Sievers had a full life ─ a happy marriage, four children, a successful personal training business and eno...

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SME Law Oct 25 2021 ByChantal McNaughtLaw firm profitability and the pricing myth

If you are considering lowering prices to remain competitive in your legal services market, there are numerous questions...

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Big Law Oct 24 2021 ByJacqueline BurnsPro bono is an obligation, not a duty, for government law firms

Duty has not motivated so many of Australia’s leading government law firms to commit to pro bono work. The only thing ...

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