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17 May 2019
Practising Law and Governance in the wake of the Banking Royal Commission
Promoted by Governance Institute of Australia. ANZ’s Head of Legal, Corporate Advisory and Senior Manager, Governance, and Fellow member of Governan...
13 May 2019
Premium technology streamlines multi-lot development sales
Promoted by InfoTrack. Wondering if there’s a better way for lawyers to manage the sales process for multi-lot and off-the-plan developments? Well, ...
8 May 2019
What duty of care do the police have towards accused in police custody?
Promoted by National Criminal Lawyers®. This will be a discussion on police responsibilities towards people in their custody when it comes to their h...
7 May 2019
Applying for a loan? Find out how your income is assessed by the banks. For Lawyers at all levels.
Promoted by Legal Home Loans. “You don’t get paid for the hour, you get paid for the value you bring to the hour.” — Jim Rohn ...
1 May 2019
Unlawful Arrest
Promoted by National Criminal Lawyers®. What is it – and is this a common occurrence the public should be concerned about? ...
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The General Counsel’s Guide to Digital Transformation
Promoted by Plexus. The top ten traps that consistently cause General Counsels to fail when adopting Legal Technology. ...
17 Apr 2019
What sentencing reforms should be taking place next?
Promoted by National Criminal Lawyers.HOW TO ADDRESS EVER-DEVELOPING CULTURAL SHIFTS AND SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS ...
8 Apr 2019
Why the traditional GC playbook is failing so spectacularly
Promoted by Plexus. Twenty years ago, if you inherited a profitable business you could be comforted in the knowledge that, if you weren’t foolish, y...
4 Apr 2019
The Bigger Picture – Developments in the International Criminal Sphere
Promoted by National Criminal Lawyers.A LITTLE REGION IN EASTERN EUROPE – A KIND OF GATEWAY BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST ...
3 Apr 2019
Why most GCs will fail to digitise their functions
Promoted by Plexus.Although 86% of General Counsels rate ‘investing in technology and automation’ as their top priority most will never get past t...
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