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19 Jul 2019
What makes law firms attractive?
Attracting and retaining talent is fundamentally important to the success or otherwise of Australian law firms. Culture, and its many facets, is inext...
16 Jul 2019
How to build a successful in-house team
This week on The Corporate Counsel Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by a panel of senior practitioners from Coca-Cola Amatil, including, group general...
12 Jul 2019
How a law grad became Miss Universe Australia
In this week’s episode, law graduate and newly crowned Miss Universe Australia Priya Serrao joins host Jerome Doraisamy to share how, as a soon-to...
5 Jul 2019
The need for bystander provisions
The standard you walk past is the standard you accept. Law firms need bystander provisions to not only help combat instances of sexual harassment and ...
3 Jul 2019
The next industrial revolution: Exploring the future of legal practice
In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, brought to you by the Law Society of New South Wales, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by NSW Law Societ...
3 Jul 2019
An update on GDPR, and what it means for your legal team
Tal Williams, partner at Holman Webb Lawyers, joins host Jerome Doraisamy in this week’s episode of The Corporate Counsel Show to discuss data priva...
28 Jun 2019
4-day weeks, flexibility and other shake-ups to traditional working
In this episode, Jerome speaks with two board members of Minds Count, Canon Oceania general counsel David Field and Swaab managing partner Mary Digigl...
21 Jun 2019
Breaking away from the ‘boys club’ in law
Why one lawyer set out to support women in business: Jerome chats with Courtney Bowie. ...
19 Jun 2019
The rise of litigation roles in-house
Daniel Stirling says that the industry is seeing people at all different levels, considering making the leap to in-house litigation roles because ther...
19 Jun 2019
e-settlements: mandates, challenges and opportunities
This special episode is brought to you by InfoTrack, and unpacks all things e-settlements for practitioners moving forward.  ...
14 Jun 2019
Financial performance, discrimination and other issues within partnership ranks
As EOFY approaches, money generated for the partnership is a hot topic. But, across the calendar year, what other issues do partners have to contend w...
7 Jun 2019
Getting junior lawyers into good financial habits from day one
Law graduates learn about trust accounting for clients to be admitted, but when it comes to managing personal finances, how well are junior lawyers lo...
5 Jun 2019
Being a ‘corporate greenie’ and ‘barefoot GC’
Greenpeace Australia general counsel Katrina Bullock says that clients and the broader community must understand that individuals and institutions can...
31 May 2019
Should Australian lawyers unionise?
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Electrical Trades Union of Australia’s national legal counsel, Alana Heffe...
24 May 2019
Could Australia ever see abortion laws like Alabama and Georgia?
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by barrister and chair of the Australian Lawyers Alliance medical law special i...
22 May 2019
The role of in-house counsel in the broader business context
Dr Madeline Hartley’s career path toward regulatory and corporate strategy adviser for Water NSW, is the result of a lifelong passion for the sector...
21 May 2019
New podcast for in-house counsel launching tomorrow
The team at Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce a new podcast, The Corporate Counsel Show, will be launched tomorrow. ...
17 May 2019
How political can lawyers get on social media?
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Swaab partner Michael Byrnes. ...
10 May 2019
Podcast: Why workplace wellness may be Australia’s next royal commission
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by R U OK? non-executive director Graeme Cowan. ...
3 May 2019
Podcast: Why young lawyers can and should become sole practitioners
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Viridian Lawyers director Richard Prangell and Kinny Legal director Jessica ...
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