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Category: Generalists - In House | Location: Melbourne VIC 3004
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4 Apr 2017
Vic Bar pays tribute to vision of state’s top judge
The Victorian Bar Association has expressed thanks for the judicial service of Chief Justice Marilyn Warren AC, following news of her pending retireme...
31 Mar 2017
Two new judges appointed to Federal Court
Barristers from Queensland and New South Wales are the latest appointments to the bench of the Federal Court of Australia. Write comment (0 C...
27 Mar 2017
Distance from ABA after silk airs unease about ‘social engineering’
The Australian Bar Association has rejected the views of a Sydney barrister published by News Corp, suggesting men at the bar will suffer under a nat...
22 Mar 2017
New faces in Vic Magistrates’ Court
Four new magistrates have been appointed to the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
20 Mar 2017
Former computer programmer to join NSW bench
A Sydney silk, who spent a number of years working as a computer programmer for a London law firm, has been named as the next NSW Supreme Court judge....
16 Mar 2017
NT strengthens Local Court bench
A new judge has been appointed in the Northern Territory, the first female Local Court judge to be based in Alice Springs in 10 years. Write c...
13 Mar 2017
Former CJ to steer new justice committee
A new committee chaired by former chief justice of the High Court of Australia Robert French AC will uncover “systemic flaws” in access to justice...
13 Mar 2017
Julie Ward to be next NSW Chief Judge in Equity
The NSW attorney-general has announced that three eminent members of the profession will take on new roles as part of the state’s judiciary, includi...
10 Mar 2017
Legal body underscores troubling silence in court
The few women who appear before the High Court of Australia have fewer opportunities to speak, according to a recent survey. Write comment (0...
9 Mar 2017
‘Open up’ to foreign teachings, lawyers urged
Chief Justice Marilyn Warren AC has called for Australia’s legal profession to be both receptive and creative with the opportunities our internation...
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