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Mandatory sentencing podcast
Mandatory sentencing podcast

 Law Institute Journal 20 Jul 2018

How appropriate is mandatory sentencing? The Victorian Government has taken another step towards mandatory sentencing which will see Victorians found guilty of assaulting paramedics, police and other emergency and health workers...

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Taking legal services to communities
Taking legal services to communities

 Karin Derkley 13 Jul 2018

Bringing together Aboriginal women for a day of pampering and activities is how Djirra, formerly the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention & Legal Service Victoria, gets its message out about its legal services...

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Treaty process a 'big step forward'
Treaty process a 'big step forward'

 Karin Derkley 12 Jul 2018

Legislation that has started the process towards a treaty with Aboriginal Victorians is a huge step forward for the community, says Victoria Legal Aid associate director of Aboriginal Services Meena Singh.

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Community no better off, despite more prisoners: Ombudsman
Community no better off, despite more prisoners: Ombudsman

 Karin Derkley 10 Jul 2018

Victoria has more prisoners at greater expense, no drop in crime or recidivism and the community feels less safe, says lawyer Tania Wolff commenting on a new Ombudsman's report...
 

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Careers in law profile: Paige Darby
Careers in law profile: Paige Darby

 LIV Young Lawyers 06 Jul 2018

Paige Darby is a legal policy officer specialising in criminal law reform at the Department of Justice and Regulation Victoria. LIV Young Lawyers profiled Paige as part of our careers in law series...

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GST at settlement
GST at settlement

 Law Institute of Victoria 03 Jul 2018

The Law Council of Australia has referred to the LIV a summary of key guidance material prepared by the Australian Taxation Office in relation to the new GST at settlement measure, which commenced 1 July...

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Careers in law profile: Tina Toutzaris-Sabo
Careers in law profile: Tina Toutzaris-Sabo

 LIV Young Lawyers 03 Jul 2018

Tina Toutzaris-Sabo is a senior associate with Adviceline Injury Lawyers, a division of Holding Redlich. She provided the following career profile to LIV Young Lawyers as part of our ongoing careers in law series...

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A pragmatic view
A pragmatic view

 Elena Tsalanidis 02 Jul 2018

The Victorian Court of Appeal recently considered whether someone can be a stepchild of their biological parent’s de facto partner...

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Welcome: Judge Caroline Kirton
Welcome: Judge Caroline Kirton

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

 
Judge Caroline Kirton was welcomed to the Federal Circuit Court of Australia on 19 February 2018. Among the speakers was LIV president Belinda Wilson. This is an edited version of her speech...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

This month's letter to the Law Institute Journal...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

Photos of the LIV Conference of Council, Women in Leadership and Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Luncheon, prize-winning LIV law librarians, Law Week and more...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 02 Jul 2018

In Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Westpac Banking Corporation (No 2) [2018] FCA 751 (24 May 2018) Beach J gave his reasons for judgment on the liability phase of...

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol 02 Jul 2018

Property: De facto thresholds – evidence that parties “presented as a couple” meaningless – bald denial without contrary evidence also inadequate...

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Supreme Court judgements
Supreme Court judgements

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 02 Jul 2018

Apprehended bias and expert valuation – summary judgment: The Gull Lexington Group Pty Ltd v Laguna Bay (Banongill) Agricultural Ltd [2018] VSCA 85 (unreported, 10 April 2018...

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How health partnerships can uncover abuse
How health partnerships can uncover abuse

 Yvonne Lipianin 02 Jul 2018

An admission to hospital can be an important window of opportunity for an older person to disclose abuse, as it may be the only time they are separated from the perpetrator...

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