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Weekly Law Report

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Minter Ellison announces it will act for cattle farmers in a class action against the Government, Baker & McKenzie lawyers help Harbour City Ferries win the contract to run Sydney's ferries, The Law Council of Australia slams the federal budget for ignoring shortages in legal aid funding, thousands take part in the annual Walk for Justice to raise funds for pro bono work run by PILCH, and the Law Institute of Victoria urges the Baillieu government to reconsider proposed laws for the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission

The Weekly Law Report wraps up the top stories in legal business for the week. Every Friday, Lawyers Weekly journalist Stephanie Quine brings you the latest in issues affecting the way lawyers and law firms do business.

THIS WEEK: Minter Ellison announces it will act for cattle farmers in a class action against the Government, Baker & McKenzie lawyers help Harbour City Ferries win the contract to run Sydney's ferries, The Law Council of Australia slams the federal budget for ignoring shortages in legal aid funding, thousands take part in the annual Walk for Justice to raise funds for pro bono work run by PILCH, and the Law Institute of Victoria urges the Baillieu government to reconsider proposed laws for the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission

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