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15 Mar 2019
Sole practitioner convicted of aggravated fraud struck off roll
A Queensland solicitor has been removed from the roll of practitioners for disbursing trust monies without authority and for being convicted for a ser...
15 Mar 2019
Brisbane lawyer struck off for failure to comply with notices
A Brisbane-based solicitor has been removed from the roll of practitioners for professional misconduct, following four charges of failing to respond t...
14 Mar 2019
Challenges and opportunities ahead for family lawyers
Being a family lawyer is already challenging, and looming changes may add even more strain to this practice area. But there are also opportunities for...
14 Mar 2019
Mills Oakley onboards insurance partner
Mills Oakley has boosted its national insurance practice offering by nabbing a partner from a fellow national firm. Write comment (0 Comments...
13 Mar 2019
Women may be better off in ‘Small Law’
Despite the fact that BigLaw firms are increasingly striving for and, in some cases, hitting gender parity targets, a panel of senior female practitio...
12 Mar 2019
JWS welcomes new real estate lawyer
Johnson Winter & Slattery has added to its partnership by appointing a new real estate lawyer. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
12 Mar 2019
Hunter firm launches women’s rights resource
A Newcastle-based law firm has launched a new e-resource it said helps women in navigating the legal system to mark last week’s International Women...
11 Mar 2019
Commercial & Legal grows property team
South Australia-headquartered law firm Commercial & Legal has bolstered its property team with the appointment of two new employees. Write...
7 Mar 2019
Non-enlisters to child sex abuse redress ‘rightfully criticised’
Organisations yet to sign up for the national child sex abuse redress scheme can expect to be publicly shamed, a Brisbane lawyer has warned. W...
7 Mar 2019
ASX-listed subsidiary acquires stake in Dressed For Sale
KCL Law has advised a subsidiary of ASX-listed company Johns Lyng Group Limited on its acquisition of a stake in Dressed For Sale. Write comm...
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