[VIDEO] 23 August: Law Report

By Stephanie Quine|23 August 2013

Barristers to vote on incorporation; North Korea human rights hearings kicking off in Seoul; Poll reveals revenue and headcount drops the biggest challenges for law firms; and calls in QLD for more flexible working options and support to women returning from maternity leave_x000D_

Lawyers Weekly’s Stephanie Quine presents this week’s Video Law Report news round-up featuring the upcoming vote for NSW barristers on whether to allow incorporation.

Michael Kirby makes another appearance in a Lawyers Weekly video as he begins hearing testimonies on human rights abuses in North Korea this week, in his role as head of a UN-mandated commission of inquiry.

New poll findings reveal revenue and headcount drops are among the biggest challenges facing law firms this financial year, and calls in Queensland for more support to be provided to women returning from maternity leave.



[VIDEO] 23 August: Law Report
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