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[VIDEO]Oct 5 - Oct 12: Weekly Law Report

[VIDEO]Oct 5 - Oct 12: Weekly Law Report

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[VIDEO] A&O partner Dave Poddar departs firm amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour; Record number of female silk appointments in NSW; Fortescue ruling fails to tackle wider legal issues; Kirby addresses High Court’s paper trail; Smaller firms challenged to do more pro bono work.

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This week: In a story broken by Lawyers Weekly, A&O partner Dave Poddar departs firm amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour, with his wife and fellow partner Angela Flannery also leaving; NSW Bar Association announces a record number of female silk appointments; Expert says Fortescue ruling fails to tackle wider legal issues; Kirby addresses High Court’s paper trail; Pro bono advocate challenges small and mid-tier firms to do more pro bono work.

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