Opinion

Integration, autonomy needed for professional development successSep 11 2017

Effective mentoring, in a professional services environment, must do two things: provide scope for self-directed learning and development, a

by Jerome Doraisamy

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Sep 05 2017Advancing the rule of law in Myanmar: the experience on the ground

In April 2017, a team of legal professionals from Australia, Japan and Myanmar joined forces under t...

by Veronica Rios and Charles Brannen

Sep 04 2017Building lifelong relationships with your clients

Do you know the  cost of obtain ing a new client? asks Jeremy Streten. ...

by Jeremy Streten

Sep 03 2017IP reforms a solid win for business

The Commonwealth government’s much maligned Innovation Strategy looks to have kicked a goal with t...

by Emma Ryan

Aug 31 2017Preparing for data laws: The impact of the EU’s GDPR on Australian businesses

When we think of commodities, we think of raw materials and agricultural products – copper, coal, ...

by Michael Bishop

Getting the most exposure for your awards nomination using social media Aug 30 2017

The Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards 2017 will be held this Friday, and it’s exciting to have so many of the industry’s leading voic...

by Emma Ryan

Reflections on the Legal Profession Uniform LawAug 29 2017

As my three-year term as both CEO of the Legal Services Council and as Commissioner for Uniform Legal Services Regulation comes to a close, ...

by Dale Boucher

Why legal technologists are becoming the ‘new normal’Aug 28 2017

In recent times, the way lawyers gather and analyse evidence for use in matters and cases has changed significantly, write Michael do Rozari...

by Michael do Rozario and Roshan Kumaragamage

Conversations with corporate counsel: Why pro bono?Aug 27 2017

The Australian Pro Bono Centre has been meeting with in-house lawyers at a number of large corporations in Australia in recent weeks to supp...

by Gabriela Christian-Hare

Confessions of an injured injury lawyerAug 24 2017

It was 5.30am, dark, and I was in a hurry, writes Mark O’Connor. ...

by Mark O'Connor