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How ‘flexism’ is hindering workplace productivityNov 15 2019

Research suggests that providing access to flexible working arrangements creates a more productive, creative, and inclusive workforce. Howev

by Tasha Levy

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Nov 07 2019How technology can make justice more accessible

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Laura Keily, a Melbou...

by Tasha Levy

Nov 06 2019Collaboration between NewLaw and corporate counsel is mutually beneficial

According to Thomas Kaldor, NewLaw firms provide in-house counsel with a much more efficient use of ...

by Tasha Levy

Nov 01 2019Who is responsible for censoring social media content?

The live streaming of the Christchurch shootings earlier this year and subsequent passing of the Cr...

by Tasha Levy

Oct 24 2019Why lawyers need specialised home loan professionals

Financial pressure can be hugely detrimental to health and wellbeing, and coupled with the inherentl...

by Tasha Levy

How are in-house teams faring on gender issues compared to the rest of the profession?Oct 22 2019

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by independent legal counsel and founder of the First 100 Yea...

by Tasha Levy

How can all lawyers assist in achieving equitable briefing for barristers?Oct 18 2019

The latest findings on equitable briefing for male and female barristers show that there is still a long way to go in addressing the profess...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Should law firms introduce leave policies for menopause and period pain?Oct 11 2019

Research from the UK linking the experience of menopausal symptoms to women’s workplace participation, and the subsequent introduction of ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Lessons from women’s sport for gender issues in lawOct 09 2019

For the founder of Ladies who League, being an advocate for the myriad issues faced by women in sport offers a unique perspective on vocatio...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Could law firms face privacy class actions for data breaches?Oct 04 2019

Privacy class actions may be looming on the horizon, which both offer opportunities for Australian litigators and funders and simultaneously...

by Jerome Doraisamy