The smarts of using social mediaMay 30 2019

The debate following the Israel Folau debacle has generated a lot of thoughtless advice on the use of social media and what a person can pos

by Peter Wilkinson


May 23 2019Ocean liner or speedboat? I know which one I would rather turn

You don’t need me to tell you that law firms need to adapt the way they deliver their services and...

by Peter George

May 20 2019‘I’d rather lick the floor of a bus than talk to a law student’

The unattainable and exclusive brilliance of the legal profession is a constellation made up of very...

by Flynne Tytherleigh

May 14 2019Continued data breaches enhancing risk to corporate Australia

Einstein once defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different r...

by Michael Connory

May 13 2019Why workplace wellness is the real trickle-down economics

Failure to adequately cater for staff health and wellbeing is not only morally bankrupt – it’s a...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Family law reform needs to move forwardMay 05 2019

Debates about reform to Australia’s family law system ebb and flow but are never far from public prominence for long, writes Nicole Rich. ...

by Nicole Rich

What does flexible working mean?May 02 2019

Workplace flexibility has, for so long, been characterised as a women’s issue or, more specifically, a women-with-children’s issue, writ...

by Isla McRobbie

How to get the most out of your leaveApr 30 2019

First it was termed a ‘break’, then a ‘sabbatical’, and now it’s called ‘life leave’. Whatever next?! I hear you exclaim, writ...

by Matthew Kay

Post, pray, play?Apr 29 2019

Sports provide naturally gifted and hardworking athletes a platform from which to promote their fame in return for personal, social, and com...

by Mat Jessep

Lawyers should embrace Kardashian & CoApr 28 2019

Have you been keeping up? Kim Kardashian is becoming a lawyer, write Nicholas van Hattem, Georgia Kyros and Lauren Wright. ...

by Nicholas van Hattem, Georgia Kyros and Lauren Wright