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Into The Future
Into The Future

 Julian Lambert Sep 2017

With technology and the Court system, there is a gap between what is available, what many lawyers are willing to utilise and what governments will fund...

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In a hurry?
In a hurry?

 Marcus Finlay Jul 2017

When coordinating the next steps in getting your client’s application on for an urgent hearing before the Trial Division of the Supreme Court there are several points to consider...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile Jul 2017

Meaning of “inflicted” where accused caused contraction of disease – recklessness and foresight of risk In Aubrey v The Queen [2017] HCA 18...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Daniel Star Jul 2017

Misfeasance in public office – elements of the tort – whether complaint to regulators was exercise of power attached to public office...

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia will be moving to the provision of digital court orders for legal representatives from 1 July 2017...

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Committals an essential feature of a fair criminal justice system
Committals an essential feature of a fair criminal justice system

 LIV Media Jun 2017

Committal hearings are integral to ensuring fairness in criminal proceedings, the LIV has argued in a submission on proposed...

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Careers in Law: Rose Cameron
Careers in Law: Rose Cameron

 Trang Chau Jun 2017

Criminal law barrister Rose Cameron spoke to LIV Young Lawyers about her experiences which led her to the bar and how the criminal law has been an ever-present theme throughout her legal career...

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A joint open letter to the Attorney-General and Ministers Mikakos and Neville on youth justice reform
A joint open letter to the Attorney-General and Ministers Mikakos and Neville on youth justice reform

 LIV Media Jun 2017

The LIV has co-signed a letter to the Victorian state government expressing deep concerns about the recent...

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Solicitor in person costs
Solicitor in person costs

 Andrew Tabone Jun 2017

The LIV Costs Lawyers often receive queries from practitioners regarding their entitlement to recover professional costs in instances where they have appeared as a self-represented litigant....

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June LIJ flipbook
June LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal Jun 2017

Welcome to the June LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising.

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Bail conditions get tougher
Bail conditions get tougher

 Law Institute Journal Jun 2017

Victoria’s bail laws are to become the most onerous in Australia under the state government’s reforms of the bail system following the review by former Director of Public Prosecutions...

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Review of the Re-opening and Appeal Process for Coronial Investigations
Review of the Re-opening and Appeal Process for Coronial Investigations

 Criminal Law Section May 2017

The LIV welcomes the review of the re-opening and appeal process for coronial investigations outlined in the Coroners Act 2008...

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Swift, Certain and Fair approaches to sentencing family violence offenders
Swift, Certain and Fair approaches to sentencing family violence offenders

 Criminal Law Section May 2017

The LIV welcomes the Sentencing Advisory Council's inquiry into the viability of a 'Swift, Certain and Fair' (SCF)...

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Victoria Police Restorative Engagement and Redress Scheme
Victoria Police Restorative Engagement and Redress Scheme

 Criminal Law Section May 2017

The LIV welcomes the Department of Justice and Regulation's inquiry into the merit and form of a restorative engagement...

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Time to remove stigma of old minor offences records – LIV
Time to remove stigma of old minor offences records – LIV

 LIV Media May 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria is urging the state government to consider legislation for a spent convictions scheme in Victoria...

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