The role of counsel assisting in commissions of inquiryJan 02 2019

In light of the ongoing financial services royal commission and the recently announced Victorian Royal Commission into Management of Informa

by Arthur Marusevich


Dec 30 2018Dating outside the law bubble

By dating somebody who didn’t exist in a bubble where suffering is the norm and where we can only ...

by Flynne Tytherleigh

Dec 27 2018Observations on NewLaw in Australia in 2018

Not that long ago in-house legal teams had two options: to do legal work in-house, or to outsource i...

by Lachlan McKnight

Dec 26 2018Opinions count: 2018’s most read

Opinion pieces can unite, inform, invoke debate and divide. ...

by Grace Ormsby

Dec 20 2018It’s time to change the rules

With the rise of the #MeToo movement, the spotlight has been shone on how our society treats women, ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Managing digital disruption in 2019 – The challenge for law firmsDec 19 2018

In 2018, several long-standing firms disappeared from the landscape. At the same time, fairly conventional firms have never been busier and ...

by Emma Ryan

It’s been 100 years of female lawyers – but what’s changed? Dec 18 2018

This year has been one of reflection as we recognised the 100th anniversary of the legislation which allowed women to train as solicitors, w...

by Emma Ryan

How to properly switch off this Christmas breakDec 18 2018

We all need a break and this is the time of year to take it, writes Prodonovich Advisory principal and academic Sue-Ella Prodonovich. ...

by Sue-Ella Prodonovich

3 key attributes to stand out from the crowd when managing setbacksDec 16 2018

There are three key attributes that will help you stand out from the crowd and turn your professional setbacks to your professional advantag...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Health sector a target for hackers in 2019Dec 12 2018

Crystal ball gazing is an art usually left to mediums and psychics who profit off the leveraged hope of the true believers, writes Michael ...

by Michael Connory