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26 Apr 2017
Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and accessorial liability: the legal profession in the crosshairs?
At a recent seminar hosted by Lander & Rogers, Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James cautioned that advisers, including lawyers, are in her sights und...
Bradley Postma
24 Apr 2017
Jump ship for a lazy extra $20k?
We’ve all experienced the approach. The unsolicited recruiter or poacher whispering sweet nothings into our ears about the green grass that lies jus...
Jerome Doraisamy
20 Apr 2017
Are eating disorders being forgotten in the fight for wellbeing?
While significant strides continue to be made in addressing anxiety and depression by the Australian legal profession, and support mechanisms for stud...
19 Apr 2017
A look at the legalities of the Essendon air crash
The release of the preliminary findings of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau into the crash of the King Air B200, VH-ZCR, into the DFO shopping o...
18 Apr 2017
A weak link in organisational security
Security continues to be a hot topic in 2017. To the legal profession, data security is of paramount importance. For this reason, legal organisations ...
13 Apr 2017
On the legal beat
As the CEO of a virtual legal practice which offers legal professionals a more flexible and alternative career path, I meet many legal professional pe...
12 Apr 2017
Is your marketing team guilty of plagiarism?
Recently I became aware of a business that has lifted, verbatim, vast amounts of content from its competitors’ websites. It was a shocking display ...
11 Apr 2017
Legal aid funding crisis
Calls by academic lawyers, lawyer organisations and legal assistance organisations for increased funding in the May budget for legal aid and a reversa...
10 Apr 2017
World Health Day: A stitch in time
As a lawyer and the department manager of Shine Lawyers' Medical Law team, Friday's World Health Day marks a special day on the calendar to celebrate ...
7 Apr 2017
The virtual office – how does it work and how can you benefit from one?
The online world is fast disrupting the legal fraternity and the way work is competed for and completed for clients, and it is not going to stop, writ...
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