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The Bar
23 Nov 2016
New president for Victorian Bar
The Victorian Bar has announced a new president and five new council members, tipping its gender balance to more than 50 per cent female. Writ...
District Court
21 Nov 2016
Two new judges take to Qld District Court
The District Court of Queensland has announced the appointments of two new judges. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Joseph McGrath
18 Nov 2016
New judge for WA Supreme Court
The Law Society of Western Australia has applauded the appointment of a new judge, who will begin his role at the end of this month. Write com...
15 Nov 2016
‘Exemplary’ Queensland wig to retire
The president of the Queensland Court of Appeal, Justice Margaret McMurdo AC, has announced her departure from the bench next year. Write comm...
15 Nov 2016
List model first for Brisbane barristers
Queensland’s first clerk-managed barristers’ list has been established, boasting a roll call of 27 counsel. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
8 Nov 2016
State government briefs break special record in NSW
The NSW government is briefing matters out to female barristers more than ever before, new information released by the NSW Attorney-General shows. ...
7 Nov 2016
Multiple law firms sign equitable briefing policy
Last week the Law Council of Australia revealed that a large number of law firms have committed to briefing more women barristers by signing its equit...
3 Nov 2016
Leading Tasmanian lawyer appointed Chief Magistrate
Tasmania is celebrating the announcement of a new Chief Magistrate, marking the first time a woman has assumed the role. Write comment (0 Com...
1 Nov 2016
Victoria welcomes new Government Solicitor
The state of Victoria has marked another first with the appointment of Marlo Baragwanath, the first woman to lead its Government Solicitor’s Office....
27 Oct 2016
Chief Justice encourages convergence in legal systems
The Chief Justice of the NSW Supreme Court, Tom Bathurst, has called for greater convergence across legal systems, suggesting the outcome would benefi...
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