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12 Oct 2012
[VIDEO]Oct 5 - Oct 12: Weekly Law Report
[VIDEO] A&O partner Dave Poddar departs firm amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour; Record number of female silk appointments in NSW; Fortescue ...
5 Oct 2012
[VIDEO] Sept 28 - Oct 5: Weekly Law Report
Timesheets can’t be blamed for high rates of depression; Lawyers demand use of social media at work; NSW councils’ win against Lehman Brothers Aus...
28 Sep 2012
[VIDEO] Sept 21 - 28: Weekly Law Report
This week: WIN tickets to the WOMEN IN LAW Awards; Bar director receives Queen’s honour; Freehills’ CEO talks money ahead of merger; Norton Rose d...
21 Sep 2012
[VIDEO] Sept 15 - 21 Weekly Law Report
This week: WIN tickets to the WOMEN IN LAW Awards; Language barrier to justice in East Timor; Burma opens to foreign investment; Michael Kirby gives t...
14 Sep 2012
[VIDEO] Sept 8 -14: Weekly Law Report
This week: Another chance to WIN tickets to the WOMEN IN LAW Awards; Report highlights inequality at the Bar; Herbert Smith launches New York office; ...
7 Sep 2012
[VIDEO] Sept 1 - 7: Weekly Law Report
WIN a pair of tickets to the WOMEN IN LAW Awards; Mining slowdown could slash in-house jobs; Former NI legal chief Tom Crone arrested; LIV launches it...
30 Aug 2012
[VIDEO] Aug 25 - 31: Weekly Law Report
Another chance to WIN tickets to the Women in Law Awards; Law failing to keep up with developments in cyber and drone warfare; Brennan dismisses idea ...
24 Aug 2012
[VIDEO] Aug 17 - 24: Weekly Law Report
Steph Quine introduces our WOMEN IN LAW AWARDS; Tobacco challenges unlikely to succeed; Panel plan for asylum seekers condemned; IMF criticised; Passa...
17 Aug 2012
[VIDEO] Aug 10-16: Weekly Law Report
Maurice Blackburn man heads team leading class action against ANZ over bank fees; Tribute paid to CDPP as he announces he will step down in October; M...
10 Aug 2012
[VIDEO] Aug 3 - 9: Weekly Law Report
Social media study ranks firms; Expert says Food Plan fails to take on big business; Migration expert says migration agents should have a law degree; ...
4 Aug 2012
[VIDEO] July 27-Aug 2: Law Awards Special
Michael Kirby steals the spotlight from MC James O’Loghlin before awarding Elizabeth Evatt the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 Australian Law...
26 Jul 2012
[VIDEO] July 20-27: Weekly Law Report
Multi-million dollar settlement for thalidomide victim; domain name release expected to spark cyber-squatting disputes; former Norton Rose senior asso...
20 Jul 2012
[VIDEO] July 13-20: Weekly Law Report
QLD Law Society says proposed changes to the states Surrogacy Act would infringe on human rights; military lawyer Brian Briggs claims there are many o...
13 Jul 2012
[VIDEO] July 6-13: Weekly Law Report
ALHR to host a dinner in October to oppose the death penalty; criminal lawyer is fined $40,000; ALA condemns the Senate's passing of the Stronger Futu...
7 Jul 2012
[VIDEO] June 30-July 6: Weekly Law Report
Global firm Clyde & Co set to open offices in Oz the same day Freehills merges with Herbert Smith; NSW Law Society launches its Reconciliation Action ...
29 Jun 2012
[VIDEO] June 22-29: Weekly Law Report
Chinese law deans to descend upon Sydney Uni's Law School this weekend; seeking political asylum from Ecuador may pay off for Julian Assange according...
22 Jun 2012
[VIDEO] June 15-22: Weekly Law Report
Move to relax NSW bail laws welcomed; Federal judge asks if mediation orders limit access to justice. Melinda Taylor’s detention shows ICC can't pro...
15 Jun 2012
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[VIDEO] June 8-15: A star studded legal panel discusses the future of ADR while Australia's arguably most progressive judge, Justice Wayne Martin, rec...
8 Jun 2012
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[VIDEO]: June 1-8: Wotton & Kearney raise $9000 to send six to Cambodia; Minters hires new SA/NT managing partner; Lawyers failing to recommend ADR op...
1 Jun 2012
Weekly Law Report (3)
[VIDEO]: Are top law firms failing to make the most of social media? The SA Law Society examines a legal dispute involving the society’s president; ...
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