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Fair play
Fair play

 Emma Goodwin Oct 2017

The law constrains an employer’s ability to make deductions from an employee’s pay...

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When you're ready to make the big career change
When you're ready to make the big career change

 Amy Harrison Sep 2017

Getting into the legal profession has its own unique challenges for those of us who choose to embrace it after having worked in other professions...

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Work in progress
Work in progress

 Law Institute Journal Jun 2017

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. Jessica Campbell: Associate, insurance and corporate risk, MinterEllison...

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Why some firms stand out
Why some firms stand out

 Thomas Hobbs Jun 2017

Flexible workplace practices are a key ingredient in more popular firms. As a recruiter focused largely on the private practice market, I often come across lawyers excited when...

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How to get exclusive support for your practice
How to get exclusive support for your practice

 LIV Membership May 2017

You spent years in university and law school, soaking up education and learning everything you could to help launch your career...

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On the move
On the move

 Law Institute Journal May 2017

DibbsBarker: Silvana Larobina has joined as special counsel in banking, insolvency and disputes. Joseph Ip has joined as senior associate in property and projects...

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Grace under fire
Grace under fire

 Karin Derkley May 2017

A film about rural women workers hopes to challenge the acceptance of sexual harassment in the bush. When ANU College of Law academic Dr Skye Saunders sent out an invitation on...

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Work in progress
Work in progress

 Law Institute Journal Apr 2017

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. What hours do you work and where? We job-share a position. Angela is in the office Monday, Wednesday...

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The workplace of the future: What will it look like?
The workplace of the future: What will it look like?

 Melissa Lirosi Mar 2017

Now is a dynamic time for the labour market, both globally and in Australia. Lawyers and employers alike need to keep up...

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Work in progress – Gadens Melbourne
Work in progress – Gadens Melbourne

 Law Institute Journal Mar 2017

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. David Smith, Partner: Works 45 hours a fortnight. Kirsten Ganley, Partner...

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How to quit
How to quit

 Thomas Hobbs Mar 2017

Before making a move, be clear that resigning is in your best interests. As a legal recruiter I am constantly advising lawyers on the resignation process. For most lawyers there is a sense...

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3 things every new employment lawyer should know
3 things every new employment lawyer should know

 Melissa Lirosi Feb 2017

If you’re new to employment law you might find yourself asking what it takes to be successful.  Employment law is a complex area with legislation...

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Work in progress
Work in progress

 Shane Ridley Feb 2017

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. Shane Ridley, Maddocks consultant: What hours do you work? A nine-day fortnight...

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Checking references
Checking references

 Thomas Hobbs Feb 2017

References are the employer’s last chance to identify any red flags that would prevent an offer. Reference checks ordinarily form an essential part of the hiring process...

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Hold your ground on pay
Hold your ground on pay

 Karin Derkley Dec 2016

When Georgia* graduated from law school she presumed the equal pay issue was long won. “I thought that was all over long ago.” But when she approached her manager two years ago to ask about getting a pay rise...

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