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On the move
On the move

 Law Institute of Victoria 16 Aug 2018

Here are some of the latest moves by lawyers and firms...

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No penalties for Modern Slavery non-compliance
No penalties for Modern Slavery non-compliance

 Karin Derkley 02 Aug 2018

The LIV has described as "fundamentally flawed" the fact that new federal legislation to combat modern slavery does not include penalties against companies that fail to comply with its requirements...

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Changing the rules
Changing the rules

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2018

In the wake of the #MeToo movement the legal profession is getting serious about dealing with workplace sexual harassment...

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My struggle and recovery
My struggle and recovery

 John Toohey 01 Aug 2018

Solicitor John Toohey first noticed worrying signs of exhaustion when he was working 70 hours a week – it got much worse...

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Healthy work healthy living
Healthy work healthy living

 Converge International 01 Aug 2018

Creating a positive workplace is essential for team morale and productivity...

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LIV is moving to a new home
LIV is moving to a new home

 LIV Media 11 Jul 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria is moving to a new home in Melbourne’s legal precinct...

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LIV Legal Careers Fair Insights Series
LIV Legal Careers Fair Insights Series

 LIV Young Lawyers 11 Jul 2018

Robyn Howard, Professional Development Director at Johnson Winter & Slattery, shares her insights when interviewing for your first legal role ...

 

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Careers in law profile: Catharine Thorpe
Careers in law profile: Catharine Thorpe

 LIV Young Lawyers 10 Jul 2018

Catharine Thorpe is senior associate to the Hon. Justice McLeish – Supreme Court of Victoria, Court of Appeal. Catharine provided the following career profile to LIV Young Lawyers as part of our ongoing careers in law series...

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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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Law Institute of Victoria appoints interim CEO
Law Institute of Victoria appoints interim CEO

 LIV Media 05 Jul 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria has appointed experienced membership association and not-for-profit executive Adam Awty as its interim Chief Executive Officer...

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LIV Legal Careers Fair Insights Series: Five ways to make your first impression count
LIV Legal Careers Fair Insights Series: Five ways to make your first impression count

 Lauren Parrant 04 Jul 2018

In our second article of this new series, the LIV Young Lawyers invited Lauren Parrant, people & culture advisor at Hall & Wilcox to share her top five insights on making your first impression count...

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Where are they now?
Where are they now?

 Karin Derkley 02 Jul 2018

In the second part of a series started two years ago, the LIJ catches up with four young lawyers to see how they are faring in their careers...

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Opinion: Check your state of mind
Opinion: Check your state of mind

 Melinda Walker 02 Jul 2018

In a culture of competitiveness, combat and adversity lawyers need to look after themselves and their colleagues...

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Seek help before crisis hits, lawyers told
Seek help before crisis hits, lawyers told

 Karin Derkley 19 Jun 2018

Lawyers exposed to potentially traumatic material should take a leaf out of the book of medical professionals such as psychologists and psychiatrists and seek out proactive debriefing sessions...

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Long Service Leave Act 1992 (Vic) to be repealed and replaced
Long Service Leave Act 1992 (Vic) to be repealed and replaced

 Workplace Relations Section 18 Jun 2018

The new Act will come into effect on or before 1 November 2018. The Act does not make major changes to long service leave but rather...

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