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Category: Other | Location: All Darwin NT
· Exciting and challenging environment · 3 year fixed contract - Position # LO6
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Property Lawyer | In-house | Global UK Company | 3-8PQE | Melbourne
Category: Generalists - In House | Location: Melbourne VIC 3004
· Be part of a large in-house team · Property experience an advantage
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In-house Property Lawyer - 3-6year PQE | Dynamic High Impact Role
Category: Generalists - In House | Location: Melbourne VIC 3004
· Highly regarded internal legal team · Ideal first in-house role
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Category: Other | Location: Perth CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs Perth WA
· Strategic Leadership Role · Strong Commercial Skills & Knowledge
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18 Aug 2016
'The law is open to anyone', says bar president
Despite the debate surrounding the influx of law students in Australia, the High Court, the Supreme Court of Victoria and the Victorian Bar Associati...
8 Aug 2016
Five judges to join NSW District Court bench
New South Wales has bolstered its judicial ranks with the appointment of five new judges to the District Court. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
4 Aug 2016
A-G answers to budget concerns
The South Australian Attorney-General has answered questions about the 2016-17 state budget, which recently came under fire from the Law Society of So...
29 Jul 2016
Judge blasts 'convoluted' criminal law drafting
A Victorian Supreme Court judge has delivered strong criticisms of the state and federal governments’ criminal legislation, taking aim at statutes...
18 Jul 2016
Multiple judicial appointments for WA
The Western Australian Court of Appeal has a new president and a new judge, while the Magistrates Court of Western Australia and the Children’s Cour...
12 Jul 2016
NSW District Court judge sworn in
The NSW government has announced the appointment of a new District Court judge. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Jul 2016
SA Budget neglects courts, privatises LTO functions
The South Australian government has made little provision for court upgrades and moved to privatise functions of the Land Titles Office in its latest...
7 Jul 2016
SA Law Society fights for ‘chronically underfunded’ courts
In the lead-up to the South Australian budget announcement, the state law society has called on the government to substantially boost court funding. ...
7 Jul 2016
New judge for Supreme Court of WA
Katrina Banks-Smith SC has been appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia, beginning 18 July. Write comment (0 Comments)...
6 Jul 2016
Correction orders not reducing imprisonment
The increased use of community correction orders by Victorian courts has not resulted in fewer people being sent to prison, a new report has found. ...
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