Opinion

Avoiding burnout during COVID-19Nov 29 2020

The global efforts to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus have resulted in significant changes to the way we live, interact and work, wri

by Andrew May

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Nov 26 2020HWL Ebsworth’s impending IPO: What it means for AusLaw

With market watchers keeping a close eye on HWL Ebsworth's looming ASX debut, Lawyers Weekly examine...

by Emma Ryan

Nov 24 2020Education and the pandemic: Turning a threat into an opportunity

The lockdowns caused by COVID-19 across the world have had a devastating impact on education, writes...

by Catriona Martin

Nov 23 2020Transgender inmates and prison placement

Transgender Day of Remembrance, an annual event which took place last week, is a moment to look back...

by Talia Mason

Nov 19 2020No place for competition in firms’ pro bono efforts

This month, Legal Week magazine published a ranking of what it described as the 10 best law firms ...

by David Hillard

3 things all leaders should do daily to prevent burnoutNov 18 2020

As we enter the final months of what has been an unprecedented year, it is imperative that we take stock as leaders and ensure that we are ...

by Artemis Evangelidi

5 signs your career profile needs a liftNov 17 2020

If lawyers are feeling invisible in the workplace or not getting the recognition they deserve, there are ways to increase one's profile and ...

by Karen Eck

The rise and (minor) fall of litigation funding in Australia Nov 17 2020

Class actions have been a feature of the Australian litigation landscape since 1992 when a class action regime was introduced in the Federa...

by Greg Williams and Will Atfield

How to utilise social media to enhance practice growthNov 15 2020

It pays to be social in 2020, writes Anthony Hersch. ...

by Anthony Hersch

Will we see permanent, industry-wide changes as a result of COVID-19?Nov 12 2020

The age of coronavirus should have opened up the eyes of all legal professionals to better ways of working, writes Jessica Silberstein. ...

by Jessica Silberstein