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Why this barrister is facing conspiracy chargesMar 27 2020

In 2018, barrister and former Attorney-General of the ACT Bernard Collaery was charged with conspiracy and forbidden to speak about the char

by Tasha Levy

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Mar 25 2020Prudent in-house responses to an unprecedented pandemic

According to director of Twine Business & Law, Cara Austen, it is imperative for in-house counse...

by Tasha Levy

Mar 20 2020Workplace sexual harassment and the law

While the rise of #MeToo movement has certainly shone a light on the prevalence of workplace sexual ...

by Tasha Levy

Mar 13 2020Why aren’t law students attending lectures anymore?

In order to address the pervasive concern about a drop in law school student attendance, Liam Elphic...

by Tasha Levy

Mar 10 2020Combating foreign bribery around the globe

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, Michael Milnes breaks down a new legislative amendmen...

by Tasha Levy

Overcoming disproportionate interruptions faced by female judgesMar 06 2020

Amelia Loughland initially set out to replicate a US study assessing the volume of conservatives interrupting progressive justices. Her stud...

by Tasha Levy

New obligations under annualised salary changesFeb 27 2020

According to Amber Sharp, partner at Bartier Perry, the new annualised salary provisions coming into effect on 1 March are “retrograde”....

by Tasha Levy

The aftermath of the Lawyer X royal commissionFeb 27 2020

After 11 months, 127 days of hearings, 81 witnesses and 1,491 exhibits, the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants has co...

by Tasha Levy

A day in the life of The Wiggles’ GCFeb 25 2020

As a singer-songwriter with a background in law, Nina Stamell has found the ideal fusion of her passions and skills working as the general c...

by Tasha Levy

Lessons in resilience from an Olympian-turned-lawyerFeb 21 2020

According to Hayder Shkara, world championship sporting rings and courtrooms actually have a lot more in common than one might think. ...

by Tasha Levy