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LIV Legal Careers Fair Insights Series: Part one – it starts with you
LIV Legal Careers Fair Insights Series: Part one – it starts with you

 LIV Young Lawyers 26 Jun 2018

In the first instalment of our Insights Series, we interview former MinterEllison clerk and graduate recruitment expert Liz Atchison about how law students should prepare when charting their career direction...

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LIV Legal Careers Fair 2018: A law student perspective on being prepared
LIV Legal Careers Fair 2018: A law student perspective on being prepared

 Stefani Janson 20 Jun 2018

Are you a penultimate or final year student wanting face-to-face conversations with law firms? Stefani Janson reflects on her experience from last year’s LIV Legal Careers Fair and shares her thoughts on preparing a...

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Set yourself up for a successful 2018
Set yourself up for a successful 2018

 Converge International 05 Feb 2018

A new year brings new opportunities for happiness, health and success. To seize these opportunities we need to set realistic goals and work towards achieving them. Sometimes we will need help to get...

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Look beyond private practice in 2018
Look beyond private practice in 2018

 Karin Derkley 22 Jan 2018

Lawyers should look beyond private practice and towards the public sector as a career entry point, says the head of legal at recruitment company Hays, Veronica Walter...

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Nominate lawyers to show profession’s appreciation
Nominate lawyers to show profession’s appreciation

 Karin Derkley 17 Nov 2017

Nominate lawyers you admire for the 2018 Victorian Legal Awards – that’s the message from Kot Monoah, the winner of the 2017 Rising Star Award...

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More top tips for law students (from a government lawyer's perspective)
More top tips for law students (from a government lawyer's perspective)

 By Emma Palmer, Lawyer, Victorian Government Solicitors Office 05 Sep 2017

In this second blog, lawyer Emma Palmer offers five more tips on developing a career in public law...

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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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Top tips for law students (from a government lawyer's perspective)
Top tips for law students (from a government lawyer's perspective)

 Emma Palmer, Lawyer, Victorian Government Solicitors Office 14 Aug 2017

Emma Palmer, a lawyer at the Victorian Government Solicitors Office was recently asked to give some "top tips" at the Law Institute of Victoria Career Fair...

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Call for fairer public transport penalties system for secondary students
Call for fairer public transport penalties system for secondary students

 Kerry O'Shea 22 Mar 2016

The Law Institute of Victoria supports the proposal by Western Community Legal Centre to reform the public transport penalties system for secondary students.

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What they forgot to tell you in TV shows . . . four things newly admitted solicitors should know when starting out!

07 Mar 2016

Television shows frequently attempt to glamorise the role of young lawyers, but few identify the real issues young lawyers face once they have been admitted. Whether you’ve secured a job or not, the LIV Young Lawyers (YL) recognises that newly admitted solicitors often feel pressure to know all the answers.

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Tips to impress as a junior lawyer

16 Feb 2016

It really doesn’t matter if you’re still in law school, recently graduated, undertaking PLT/SLT or have just landed your first major role in the legal profession – there are some basics you should nail in terms of how you represent yourself to others.

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The best career advice and skills to learn “on the job”

01 Apr 2015

Your first job in the legal profession can be the source of great career advice and core skills that can set the tone for your career. The LIV boasts a fantastic team of young lawyers, graduates  and law students who work hard as part of the team that advocates for law reform and policy changes, incorporating members expertise and input into meaningful  submissions and commentary. These are their stories…

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The best career advice and skills to learn “on the job”

01 Apr 2015

Your first job in the legal profession can be the source of great career advice and core skills that can set the tone for your career. The LIV boasts a fantastic team of young lawyers, graduates  and law students who work hard as part of the team that advocates for law reform and policy changes, incorporating members expertise and input into meaningful  submissions and commentary. These are their stories…

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Five tips to set yourself up for a year of study success

11 Feb 2015

With a new university semester fast approaching, it is important to use this time to plan how you will manage another year of study. These tips will help you quickly get back into the swing of things after three months of holidays and set you up for a year of study success.

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Five tips to set yourself up for a year of study success

11 Feb 2015

With a new university semester fast approaching, it is important to use this time to plan how you will manage another year of study. These tips will help you quickly get back into the swing of things after three months of holidays and set you up for a year of study success.

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