Lawyers Weekly’s Stephanie Quine presents this week’s Video Law Report news round-up, including the announcement of the launch of Lawyers Weekly's 30 Under 30 Awards.
Lawyers Weekly is proud to launch its inaugural 30 Under 30 Awards, which will take place in Sydney in June.
The late Margaret Thatcher’s political legacy is criticised by top barrister Geoffrey Robertson QC. Thatcher died on Monday (8 April) at the age of 87.
Closer to home, high-profile Australian barrister Greg Barns says Julian Assange could get safe passage to Australia if he wins a seat in the Australian Senate.
Elsewhere, Corrs Chambers Westgarth loses yet more partners and, despite its deal value declining by 26 per cent, an M&A expert says China is still the Asia-Pacific’s most attractive commercial target.
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