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28 Jun 2017
Design of a modern law firm
The modern law firm has increasing differences from its predecessors and former incarnations. Gone are the high-walled cubicles, the corner offices, a...
27 Jun 2017
Addressing unmet pro bono
When the Cancer Council Pro Bono Program was launched in NSW in 2010, a handful of law firms signed on to participate, the Cancer Council writes. ...
Artificial intelligence, Paul Wyatt
26 Jun 2017
How artificial intelligence is streamlining document management
It is finding its way into everything from virtual assistants to driverless cars, and now artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionising document man...
23 Jun 2017
On the legal beat - part two
This week I was interstate and met with an experienced lawyer who has had an impressive career in private practice, writes Nicole Billett. ...
21 Jun 2017
Safety, support and specialisation – the response to family violence
Victoria Legal Aid recently marked the progress it is making with others towards a safer, more supportive and increasingly specialised, legal response...
20 Jun 2017
A discrimination-free workplace saves companies from hefty lawsuits
Fox News recently came under fire after 11 of its employees hit the organisation with a class action lawsuit alleging widespread racial discriminatio...
19 Jun 2017
Rule of law in a democratic society
Whether or not you agree with the recent judicial review of US president Donald Trump’s second attempted “travel ban”, it brings into sharp focu...
16 Jun 2017
Smart learning gives sharp lawyers an edge
Clients of legal services are more demanding. Where once they accepted lawyers who understood the law, today they want much more, writes Neville Carte...
14 Jun 2017
What happens when your child makes a hostage of you?
Financial elder abuse has been recognised as domestic violence, however it is not broadly understood – or even acknowledged – in the community, Ch...
13 Jun 2017
So, what do you do?
So, what do you do? Standard small talk, right? Well, I’m a lawyer … and a hypnotherapist. My answer always elicits a visceral response of some ki...
9 Jun 2017
Spare a thought for those convicted under the Witchcraft Act 1735
Do you ever feel caught out by a silly or obsolete law? asks Iain Miller. ...
8 Jun 2017
The art of navigating a difficult conversation with your boss
If there was an award for ‘cramming-the-most-difficult-conversations-with-a-boss-into-the-early-stages-of-a-career’, I think I’d be in the runni...
6 Jun 2017
Addressing financial domestic violence
There is limited international law which explicitly mentions financial domestic violence, writes Angela Powditch. ...
5 Jun 2017
More accountability for banking executives
The Turnbull government plans to overhaul the Australian financial services system announcing that it will bring forward a comprehensive package of re...
2 Jun 2017
The upside of using a case management system in Australia
It goes without saying that every market has its nuances. The legal industry in Australia compared to its international counterparts is no different, ...
31 May 2017
A boy scout's guide to being a change leader
In a world that is increasing complex and complicated, the daily struggle with the volume and velocity of change can be wearying. But rather than lett...
30 May 2017
Cardinal sins
In my 17 years representing survivors of child sexual abuse, I have seen hundreds of cases of institutional child abuse victims come forward with thei...
29 May 2017
How to use social media in a legal practice
Lawyers, barristers and conveyancers are very good technically when it comes to the application of law, however this accounts for only 40 to 50 per c...
25 May 2017
Can’t remember what you forgot? Instant ways to boost your memory
Memory problems are commonly thought of as a problem relating to older age, writes Jenny Brockis. ...
24 May 2017
Law, order and reforming our response to family violence
Why weren’t you there? Why didn’t you pick up on the hints? Why didn’t she feel close enough to tell you? writes Kimberly Allen. ...
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Advocate’s immunity – without fear or without favour but not both
On 29 March 2017, the High Court handed down its decision in David Kendirjian v Eugene Lepore & ...