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Careers in Law Profile: Elisa Turco, lawyer, Blackwood Family Lawyers
Careers in Law Profile: Elisa Turco, lawyer, Blackwood Family Lawyers

 LIV Young Lawyers Apr 2017

Elisa Turco is a family lawyer and accredited family law mediator with Blackwood Family Lawyers. She is a member of the LIV Young Lawyers...

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PC Fees under review
PC Fees under review

 Nerida Wallace Apr 2017

Practising certificate fees are under review. The LIV has engaged economic advice to examine the Victorian Legal Service Board’s proposed 2018 increases which range from 1.5 per cent...

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Cultural exchange
Cultural exchange

 Belinda Wilson Apr 2017

Hosting international delegates gives us the opportunity to learn about what works in other jurisdictions. Nothing focuses the mind better than being asked, with the aid of an interpreter...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal Apr 2017

Nous Group consultant Stephanie Milione, LIV president Belinda Wilson, keynote speaker Tasneem Chopra and Chief Justice Marilyn Warren at the Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch 2017...

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Conference targets regulation
Conference targets regulation

 Law Institute Journal Apr 2017

The LIV’s role in regulating the legal profession was the unexpected hot topic at this year’s Conference of Council. The session brought in two panel members from outside of the law...

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Restorative justice in the Children's Court
Restorative justice in the Children's Court

 Francis Zemljak Apr 2017

Applying restorative justice in child protection proceedings provides vulnerable families with the opportunity to achieve positive change...

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Trouble in 'juvie'
Trouble in 'juvie'

 Karin Derkley Apr 2017

Overcrowding, understaffing and a punitive culture are fuelling unrest at Victoria's youth detention centres. Victoria's troubled teens are being locked up in isolation for up to 23 hours...

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Lawyers going bush
Lawyers going bush

 Karin Derkley Apr 2017

How and where to practise law is a question all lawyers face once qualified. The LIJ spoke to five practitioners who chose regional Victoria as the place to hang their shingle...

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Federal Court Judgments
Federal Court Judgments

 Daniel Star Apr 2017

Approach to the meaning of statutory unconscionable conduct – whether knowledge of officers and employees can be aggregated and attributed to a corporation to find the corporation...

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High Court Judgments
High Court Judgments

 Andrew Yuille Apr 2017

In Re Culleton [No 2] [2017] HCA 4 (3 February 2017) the High Court (sitting as the Court of Disputed Returns) held that Senator Rodney Culleton was incapable of being chosen as a...

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City camping ban rough on homeless
City camping ban rough on homeless

 Veronica Holt Apr 2017

Council amendments will have serious ramifications for Melbourne’s homeless population. On 7 February 2017, in a contentious move, City of Melbourne’s Future Melbourne Committee...

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Closing a justice gap
Closing a justice gap

 Zoe Chan Apr 2017

Justice Connect's Stage 2 Access provides free legal help to vulnerable teens. For trans and gender-diverse teens, access to Stage 2 hormone treatment...

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Retail premises
Retail premises

 Russell Cocks Apr 2017

The meaning of retail premises continues to occupy the attention of the courts. The term “retail premises” has occupied the courts on occasion since the introduction...

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Ethics Committee Rulings: Executor conflict
Ethics Committee Rulings: Executor conflict

 Ethics Committee and Ethics Liasion Group Apr 2017

Legal Profession Uniform Law Australian Solicitors’ Conduct Rules 2015 – Rule 27. A solicitor who was the sole executor of the estate, solicitor for the estate and a material witness was not...

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Mentoring Q&A
Mentoring Q&A

 Law Institute Journal Apr 2017

Why be a mentor? A good mentor is important for any lawyer’s progress. A mentor can give advice and guidance in relation to case strategies and legal issues but can also provide support...

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