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Podcast 09 February 2024 ByRobyn Tongol‘I felt safe’: The benefits of trauma-informed lawyering

To deliver effective legal services, lawyers need to be able to recognise and respond to their clients’ trauma and...

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Podcast 08 February 2024 ByRobyn TongolKey skills for lawyers of tomorrow to thrive

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with Leo Cussen Centre for Law, we explore...

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Podcast 06 February 2024 ByRobyn TongolThe Reserve Bank of Australia’s recent decision to hold the cash...

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s recent decision to hold the cash rate at 4.35 per cent will have significant...

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Podcast 05 February 2024 BySettifyNavigating the spike in separations and other market trends

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with Settify, we explore the circumstances...

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Podcast 02 February 2024 ByRobyn TongolWhat lawyers need to know ahead of 2024’s first cash rate call

Next week, the Reserve Bank of Australia will make its first cash rate decision for the year. With inflation dropping,...

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Podcast 31 January 2024 ByRobyn TongolAI and a lawyer’s ‘duty to be efficient’

In the current climate, utilisation of new technologies is not about “sprinkling magic AI dust” on one’s existing...

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SME Law 30 January 2024 ByLauren Croft‘Times have changed’: Being an advocate without being a barrister

While barristers have traditionally done most of the advocacy work within the Australian legal profession, this criminal...

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Podcast 25 January 2024 ByRobyn TongolReflections on a ‘significant’ discrimination case

A few months ago, the Federal Court found in favour of five former students of a Melbourne-based school who had alleged...

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Podcast 16 January 2024 ByRobyn TongolThe need to resolve disputes in a ‘more constructive way’

Disenchanted with adversarial processes that she felt weren’t serving clients, Anne-Marie Cade sought and discovered a...

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Podcast 12 January 2024 ByRobyn TongolWhat’s not working in addressing wellness issues in law?

In some pockets of the legal profession, the notion of wellbeing has arguably been embraced as a marketing tool for...

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