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5 Aug 2019
FCW Lawyers confirms new principal
FCW Lawyers has added a new principal to its team, who joins the firm from Macpherson Kelley. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Perth City
2 Aug 2019
Lloyd Rayney loses bid to remain on roll
Perth-based barrister and former Crown prosecutor Lloyd Rayney has lost his appeal to remain on the roll of solicitors. Write comment (6 Comm...
Michael Johnson
2 Aug 2019
Attracting staff starts at culture, not salary
To attract and retain talent, firms need to understand what lawyers are looking for from their employer, particularly when it comes to a focus on staf...
2 Aug 2019
Superannuation guarantee increase harmful to young people, lawyers
As the superannuation guarantee increase is debated among politicians and the wider public, McDonald Murholme has voiced concern for the youngest Aust...
2 Aug 2019
Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers appoints 1 to partner
Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers has announced a new partner appointment to the firm, which will strengthen the firm’s business and not-for-profit law ...
1 Aug 2019
Micro-practice: A leaner way to be a lawyer
In a competitive market the need for modernisation is paramount. With this is mind, are micro-practices the boutique firms of the future? Writ...
1 Aug 2019
Bartier Perry, Logie-Smith Lanyon forge alliance to meet growing client demand
Australian law firms Bartier Perry and Logie-Smith Lanyon have confirmed they have forged a new alliance as a means to better service client demand. ...
1 Aug 2019
Holding Redlich congratulates People’s Choice Award art winner
In its 21st year of partnering with a major arts exhibition, Holding Redlich has recognised a local artist on taking out this year’s People’s Choi...
1 Aug 2019
Young people turned away from free legal services due to demand increase
Despite a huge spike in young people seeking legal advice, the platforms available to them are struggling to manage the increase of interest and activ...
31 Jul 2019
Solicitor found guilty of two matters brought by NSWLS
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal has found a solicitor guilty of professional misconduct and unsatisfactory professional conduct with respec...
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