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25 May 2010
New federal court to open in 2011
A new federal military court is set to be established in Australia, the Attorney General announced today._x000D_ Write comment (0 Comments) ...
21 May 2010
The profession recovers: New openings
Two major openings are made this week in the legal world as the profession peeks its head out after a long, cold winter during the GFC. Write co...
20 May 2010
ASIC to defend itself against KMPG action in High Court
The corporate regulator says it will vigorously defend itself in the constitutional challenge KPMG has initiated in the High Court. Write comme...
17 May 2010
Judicial appointments under new tight rein
The nation's first legal officer today outlined a package of measures aimed at improving access to justice, and the effectiveness of the justice syste...
14 May 2010
Clayton Utz touts lawyer's spot on UK court
A leading Clayton Utz lawyer has been appointed to a UK court, the law firm has confirmed._x000D_ Write comment (0 Comments) ...
10 May 2010
Judge in favour of Middletons in Gullen Range case
Law firm Middletons saw victory in the Land and Environment Court on Friday as the Court approved the construction and operation of its client Epuron'...
3 May 2010
The iPad set to solve 'mega-litigation' problem
The MacBook sat despondent while the latest zeit geist technology, the iPad, became one litigator's primary resource in a recent four-day court case._...
27 Apr 2010
Victorian barrister joins Foley's list
Foley's List, one of Australia's largest and most recognised list of barristers, has a new barristers' clerk. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
13 Apr 2010
Judge calls into question injury assessment
A Victorian Supreme Court judge has given hope to injured people seeking compensation after he called into question a complex system of injury assessm...
6 Apr 2010
Future proofing the case
Counsel need to rediscover the art of proof gathering, Victorian barrister Maryanne Loughnan SC writes. _x000D_ Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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