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Big Law 18 March 2023 ByLawyers WeeklyA big week for BigLaw: What’s hot in law (13-17 Mar)

Some of the largest firms operating in Australia made some waves in the news this past week — and not all for the...

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Big Law 16 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyGlobal law firm Dentons is providing its Australian employees with an...

Global law firm Dentons is providing its Australian employees with an additional five days of bonus leave every year,...

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SME Law 09 March 2023 BySchellie-Jayne PriceWhy your firm needs an AI use policy

The future may already be here. If not, it is rapidly approaching. As such, having policies in place is paramount,...

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The Bar 28 February 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyJudge suggests young lawyers unionise in face of ‘poor treatment’

Western Australia’s newest District Court judge has called out the bullying, sexual harassment, unreasonable work...

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Big Law 03 February 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyChatGPT, poachings and policies: What’s hot in law this week (30 Jan...

From new artificial intelligence (AI) to growth for firms of all sizes, here is your weekly round-up of the biggest news...

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Big Law 18 January 2023 ByPaul O'HalloranUnpacking the new anti-discrimination protections in the Fair Work Act

Simply having a policy covering anti-discrimination in the workplace but not acquainting employees with the policy on a...

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SME Law 25 October 2022 ByJess FeyderArnold Thomas & Becker reveals 26-week paid parental leave policy

Mid-tier law firm Arnold Thomas & Becker (ATB) has bolstered its parental leave policy by adopting industry-leading...

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Shorter working weeks can ‘rebalance’ domestic responsibilities
Big Law 05 September 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyShorter working weeks can ‘rebalance’ domestic responsibilities

Women in law are likely to be the main beneficiaries of truncated working schedules, argues one professional.

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Big Law 12 August 2022 ByJerome Doraisamy‘Onus on the employee’ to make shorter weeks work

Lawyers who have the option of practising in non-traditional time frames — such as four-day weeks or nine-day...

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Big Law 08 August 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyUpward bullying: A trend to watch out for in law

Bullying, in its myriad forms, is nothing new in the legal profession. The concept of upward bullying — which is a...

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