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Big Law 20 February 2024 ByNaomi NeilsonVictorian lawyer lodges wrongful caveat on feuding neighbour

A Victorian lawyer who assisted a client’s fence line feud with a neighbour has faced disciplinary proceedings.

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Big Law 12 January 2024 ByNaomi NeilsonA Victorian solicitor was accused of “fishing” for evidence to...

A Victorian solicitor was accused of “fishing” for evidence to support a sensational allegation that the state’s...

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The Bar 04 December 2023 ByLauren Croft20 new VCAT members appointed

Twenty new members have been appointed to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), in a move which will...

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Big Law 22 September 2023 ByNaomi NeilsonA Melbourne managing principal who was barred from practising until...

A Melbourne managing principal who was barred from practising until mid-2027 has told a tribunal she is “incredibly...

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Big Law 11 May 2023 ByNaomi NeilsonMelbourne firm hands over refund after client’s bill shock

A Melbourne law firm has had to reimburse a client who received an invoice that was more than double the amount he was...

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Big Law 18 November 2022 ByLauren CroftVictorian lawyer takes LSB to tribunal over non-renewal of practising...

After the Victorian Legal Services Board declined to renew his practising certificate, a Victorian lawyer took the...

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The Bar 31 October 2022 ByJerome Doraisamy4 new judges, 10 new magistrates, 10 new VCAT members appointed

The Victorian Government has named a new judge for the Court of Appeal, three new County Court judges, 10 appointees to...

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Big Law 18 January 2022 ByNaomi NeilsonVCAT reprimands solicitor for ‘reckless’ preparation of affidavits

A solicitor who falsely attested affidavits and made “significant additional assertions” to support her client’s...

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Politics 14 January 2022 ByDr Matt Bach MP‘A poor man’s system of [in]justice’: Victoria’s backlog...

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal is currently “crippled”, and urgent action is required, writes Dr...

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