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[VIDEO] Sept 28 - Oct 5: Weekly Law Report

[VIDEO] Sept 28 - Oct 5: Weekly Law Report

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Timesheets can’t be blamed for high rates of depression; Lawyers demand use of social media at work; NSW councils’ win against Lehman Brothers Australia sets precedent; Ashurst senior associate wins National Golden Gavel competition.

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This week: Head of people and development at Minters says timesheets can’t be blamed for high rates of depression among lawyers; One-in-five legal professionals would turn down a job if they couldn’t use social media at work; NSW councils’ win against Lehman Brothers Australia may have set a precedent for future class actions; Ashurst senior associate Marc McKechnie wins National Golden Gavel competition in Adelaide.

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