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Lawyers feel ill-equipped
Lawyers feel ill-equipped

 Fabian Horton 03 Sep 2018

Respondents to a recent survey on technology use and knowledge in the legal profession favoured mandatory ongoing education...

 

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Never too old
Never too old

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2018

What’s your Everest? They say you are never too old to learn and proof of that is Joseph Malouf, who recently became the oldest graduate with the Tax Institute at the ripe old age of 83...

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Child safety a priority
Child safety a priority

 Belinda Wilson 03 Apr 2018

Local sporting bodies need education programs...

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Principal changes in 2019
Principal changes in 2019

 Fiona Bennett 01 Mar 2018

From 1 January 2019, lawyers who apply for a principal practising certificate will need to demonstrate the additional skills and expertise necessary to manage a law practice...

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Practice makes perfect in property law
Practice makes perfect in property law

 Melissa Lirosi 23 Feb 2018

Coming fresh to an area of law can sometimes feel like climbing a mountain. There's legislation to understand, procedures to get...

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On the road
On the road

 Nerida Wallace 01 Feb 2018

The LIV will showcase lawyers’ community work. Mildura generates more than $2 billion for the state economy – with 60 lawyers, most of whom are members of the LIV’s North West Law Association...

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Submission to the Education and Training Reform Regulations Review
Submission to the Education and Training Reform Regulations Review

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 18 Aug 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the Scrutiny of Acts and Regulations Committee towards...

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Family violence education for judges
Family violence education for judges

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jul 2017

The strategic direction for the Judicial College of Victoria takes into account the disruptions the judiciary, courts and tribunal system will likely confront...

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Interview: Professor Tania Sourdin
Interview: Professor Tania Sourdin

 Melissa Lirosi 10 May 2017

Tania Sourdin, Dean and Head of School at Newcastle Law School, has had an impressive career with tribunal appointments, international mediations and award winning...

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Returning to work after a period of leave
Returning to work after a period of leave

 Melissa Lirosi 01 Mar 2017

Every year in around mid-Feb the LIV registration phone starts ringing. Calls range from the calm and conscientious to the mildly panicked...

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Inside stories: Courtroom drama
Inside stories: Courtroom drama

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

An educational program run by the National Trust brings teenagers into contact with the law. Walking into Melbourne’s Old Magistrates’ Court, you find yourself in the middle of what sounds exactly like a County Court culpable driving trial...

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A medical cure for the RRR lawyer drought

23 May 2013

A scheme in the medical profession for training doctors may offer a solution to the looming crisis for access to justice in rural, regional and remote areas.

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Why bother with a law degree if you can’t get a job as a lawyer?

24 May 2012

Last night I was privileged to welcome approximately 300 newly admitted lawyers to our profession at a reception held in the magnificent Supreme Court library. Some were certainly wondering what sort of future awaits them.

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