Podcast: Office romances and the legal profession

By Jerome Doraisamy|18 January 2019

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy speaks with the principal of Melbourne-based mid-tier firm McDonald Murholme, Andrew Jewell.

Even in the modern world of Tinder, Bumble, eHarmony and many dating sites, finding someone in the workplace remains relatively common. While on a social and personal level it may make sense to match with someone with whom you share certain interests or skills, interoffice relationships can be fraught with other issues, be it professional, environmental or even legislative.

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