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Podcast May 12 2022 ByRobyn TongolEmerging from lockdown

Like many sectors, the legal profession had to adapt to meet the demands of the COVID-19 lockdowns. Now is a good time t...

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Big Law May 12 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyHSF names first global workforce strategy director

Global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has appointed its first-ever director of global workforce strategy and implement...

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SME Law May 12 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyKingston Reid adds new partner

National specialist workplace law firm Kingston Reid has brought its partner numbers to 12, with the appointment of a Me...

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Big Law May 05 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyShould lawyers take a pay cut for permanent WFH?

Earlier this week, UK media reported that international firm Stephenson Harwood had told its staff they are able to work...

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Big Law May 02 2022 ByShandel McAuliffeHybrid working challenges for the modern law firm

Digging beneath the surface of hybrid working, one will uncover many challenges for today’s law firms, argues one BigL...

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Big Law Apr 11 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyOLSC, NSW Law Society and NSW Bar launch online reporting platform

The co-regulators of the Premier State’s legal profession have teamed up to better support those looking to report and...

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Big Law Apr 03 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyNew findings from the Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner ...

New findings from the Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner (VLSB+C) reveal the impact of workplace culture fo...

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Big Law Mar 31 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyMills Oakley adds workplace relations partner

National law firm Mills Oakley has hired a special counsel from Barry.Nilsson., whom the firm has elevated to partner in...

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Big Law Mar 28 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyHigh Court publishes policy on workplace conduct for justices

The seven justices of the High Court of Australia have unveiled a new workplace policy, including a prohibition on inapp...

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SME Law Mar 17 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyThe ‘negative consequences’ of WFH

Luke Giribon sees numerous long-term issues with firms allowing their teams to work remotely long term – not just for ...

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