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31 Mar 2017
Environmental litigation ‘going to happen’
Earlier this week, an expert panel discussed the prospect of climate change litigation in Australia and internationally. It found that climate change ...
31 Mar 2017
LCA advises against watering race hate law reforms
As political discourse about reform of anti-discrimination laws ramps up, the Law Council of Australia has told a senate committee that weakening Sect...
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31 Mar 2017
Industry-first symposium to tackle last-minute CPD scramble
With only one day left for solicitors to complete their continued professional development, an industry-first symposium is offering access to over 160...
29 Mar 2017
Justice for victims bigger than Commission TORs
A number of recommendations have been made in the latest report to come from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse's...
24 Mar 2017
‘Meagre resources’ limiting access to justice
Over 200 legal professionals, government officials and academics are meeting in Adelaide today to discuss the issues restricting access to justice in ...
23 Mar 2017
Law firm adopts new system to transform data-rich content for clients
Clients will benefit from a new project management system, a national firm claims, that is capable of generating custom reports and better pricing acc...
23 Mar 2017
Firms still ‘struggling’ to keep up with tech
A new survey has revealed that the legal profession is still failing to keep up with advancements in technology that continue to disrupt the market. ...
20 Mar 2017
New guiding light for law students in the jobs market
Receiving guidance from a professional already in the game can be invaluable for law students looking to secure a job, the co-founder of InsideSherpa ...
16 Mar 2017
Lawyers getting 'lost in the sand of social media'
Legal professionals should harness the power of social media but use it diligently to avoid unintended repercussions, according to a digital marketing...
16 Mar 2017
Optimism for Aus M&A
A new report has revealed buoyancy in Australian M&A deals this year, after a steady 12 months in 2016. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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