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LIJ podcast: Emotional Intelligence - an essential attribute for lawyers
LIJ podcast: Emotional Intelligence - an essential attribute for lawyers

 Law Institute Journal 10 Nov 2017

Shaneen Argall, Human Resources Director at Arnold Bloch Leibler, and Jeremy Lanzer, Senior Associate in Corporate Law at ABL, talk emotional intelligence...

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Tips to maximise your costs recovery
Tips to maximise your costs recovery

 LIV Professional Development 10 Nov 2017

The LIV’s legal costings team is often asked “how do I maximise costs recovery?” Unfortunately, this is usually asked after the hard work is done and proceedings have been finalised...

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How healthy are your legal practice’s finances?
How healthy are your legal practice’s finances?

 LIV Professional Development 03 Nov 2017

Organising the finances in your legal practice doesn’t have to be a headache. All you need is the right knowledge. Here are some simple tips to get you and your firm on the path to financial health...

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Courts lift standards on expert reports
Courts lift standards on expert reports

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2017

The Court of Appeal has been at the forefront of reform in recent years, with a series of practice notes aiming to improve the ways criminal courts deal with expert evidence...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Nov 2017

Victorian barrister Andrew Yuile on constitutional law, migration law and criminal law...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Nov 2017

Dan Star QC on competition law/practice and procedure, costs, evidence, and more...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Nov 2017

Professor Greg Reinhardt on assessment of damages for breach of contract...

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Prospects of success
Prospects of success

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Nov 2017

It is logical to assume that a matter will go to trial where each of the contesting parties believes that he or she has good (or at least reasonable) prospects of succeeding. The logic is fortified by the application of the costs indemnity rule...

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Linked out by restraint?
Linked out by restraint?

 Luke Connolly 01 Nov 2017

So you’ve decided to move on with your career and take up an exciting role with a competitor. The problem is you signed a restraint that prevents you from poaching employees and clients for six months...

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Lawyers take a stand
Lawyers take a stand

 Christopher Smith 01 Nov 2017

On 28 August 2017, on breakfast radio, the federal Immigration Minister Peter Dutton controversially declared that lawyers and law firms providing pro bono assistance to asylum seekers are “un-Australian”. This rebuke...

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Support dog trial for OPP witnesses
Support dog trial for OPP witnesses

 Karin Derkley 31 Oct 2017

Coop, the witness support dog that featured in the December issue of the Law Institute Journal, has been taken on in a pilot program by the Office of Public Prosecutions (OPP). The three-year-old black Labrador...

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When they ask
When they ask "how do you sleep at night?"

 Melinda Walker 25 Oct 2017

Any criminal lawyer who saw the recent episode of SBS’ Insight on the impact of working in criminal law would have been nodding their heads and holding back their own tears in empathy and understanding...

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Audits add value
Audits add value

 Legal Practitioners' Liability Committee 02 Oct 2017

File audits are an important tool for all legal practices...

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Into The Future
Into The Future

 Julian Lambert 01 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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Call for spent convictions scheme
Call for spent convictions scheme

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2017

A surge in the number of criminal history checks in recent years has made urgent the need for a spent conviction scheme in Victoria, according to a report by Liberty Victoria’s Rights Advocacy Program...

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