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18 Apr 2017
Aus firm unveils alternative internship program
An Australian law firm has launched its own internship program, providing law students with an opportunity to gain experience outside the major firms....
13 Apr 2017
VLA decries ‘irresponsible’ Centrelink data-matching
Victoria Legal Aid has given evidence to the Senate inquiry into Centrelink’s use of an automated data-matching system for debt recovery, criticisin...
13 Apr 2017
Recruitment of JWS giants hints at growth in Perth
Johnson Winter & Slattery is strengthening its Perth office with the addition of two Clifford Chance expats, potentially heralding an increase in ...
11 Apr 2017
Firm diversifies with launch of new practice
One law firm has announced that it has bolstered its service offering by opening up shop to a new patent practice. Write comment (0 Comments)...
11 Apr 2017
Manus Island live stream an Australian first
The Supreme Court of Victoria has announced that the upcoming class action proceedings, on behalf of detainees in the Manus Island detention centre, w...
7 Apr 2017
Young guns' national recognition bolsters career
Three of the profession’s up-and-comers have revealed how winning an award at last year’s 30 Under 30 has impacted their careers. Write co...
7 Apr 2017
Lifeline for NSW community legal centres
The Law Society of NSW has applauded the state government’s decision to provide a $6 million ‘rescue package’ to community legal centres. ...
6 Apr 2017
Report reveals top government advisers
A recent report has revealed the top-billing firms for Commonwealth legal work in 2015-16, with one firm making the top 10 for the first time. ...
5 Apr 2017
Angling for arbitration expertise
With international appetite for expert arbitrators going strong, there are more opportunities for Australia and its local practitioners to share in co...
3 Apr 2017
Aussie students give cracking performance in Oxford law moot
Two law students from Queensland have cracked the quarter finals in this year’s Oxford International IP Law Moot competition. Write comment ...
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