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Detention fails kids, Royal Commission finds
Detention fails kids, Royal Commission finds

 Karin Derkley 17 Nov 2017

Findings from the Northern Territory youth detention royal commission have implications right across the country, including Victoria where a new youth detention centre is currently in construction, say youth justice advocates...

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Lessons in chambers: LIV Judicial Mentoring Program
Lessons in chambers: LIV Judicial Mentoring Program

 Ashleigh Morris 13 Nov 2017

Young Lawyer Ashleigh Morris provides her reflections on what she learnt in chambers with Justice Ginnane undertaking the LIV Judicial Mentoring Program...

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Couch surfing limbo
Couch surfing limbo

 Shorna Moore 10 Nov 2017

Couch surfing is increasingly being recognised as a form of homelessness in Australia. It is a particularly complex issue for young people aged under 18, and little is known about the legal challenges these young people face...

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Advising clients on aged care options
Advising clients on aged care options

 Rachel Lane 08 Nov 2017

Few stages in life are as complex and emotionally taxing for clients as aged care – whether they are seeking care for themselves or a loved one. The complexity is largely driven by the vast choices...

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Obiter Dicta: A junior lawyer's tale
Obiter Dicta: A junior lawyer's tale

 Tully Anders 08 Nov 2017

Welcome to the first (and probably the last) edition of Obiter Dicta. A kind of ‘Eat. Pray. Love.’ for junior lawyers minus the Italian food. And the spiritual enlightenment. And Julia Roberts...

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Top tips for drafting wills for blended families
Top tips for drafting wills for blended families

 Melissa Lirosi 02 Nov 2017

Drafting wills for blended families comes with its own unique challenges. We asked Allan Swan, Director of Estate Planning Equation and author of CCH service Australian Estate Planning, his top tips for drafting wills for blended families.

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Being seen and heard
Being seen and heard

 Carolyn Ford 01 Nov 2017

The Children’s Court walls are filled with art by kids for kids. Miah’s predominantly pink self-portrait (in beanie hat, on roller-blades, holding a rabbit) makes it easy to forget, if momentarily, the charged atmosphere at the Children’s Court of Victoria where it hangs...

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Careers in law profile: Adele Katzew, Robinson Gill Lawyers
Careers in law profile: Adele Katzew, Robinson Gill Lawyers

 Cecilia Wei 30 Oct 2017

Adele Katzew, Principal at Robinson Gill Lawyers speaks to LIV Young Lawyers about her career in the law...

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Causes of ethnic youth offending ignored
Causes of ethnic youth offending ignored

 Karin Derkley 25 Oct 2017

It is important to get the full picture behind the over-representation of young offenders from particular ethnic groups...

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The Young Lawyers Ball auction is ready to support the Royal Women’s Hospital Foundation
The Young Lawyers Ball auction is ready to support the Royal Women’s Hospital Foundation

 LIV Young Lawyers 16 Oct 2017

This year’s annual LIV Young Lawyers Charity Ball will again be wonderfully supported by a number of generous donors for its silent auction...

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'Get set' is all set for LIV Young Lawyers Charity Ball
'Get set' is all set for LIV Young Lawyers Charity Ball

 Phoebe Blank 10 Oct 2017

The LIV Young Lawyers is pleased to announce our headline band providing the evening’s entertainment at this year’s annual Charity Ball on Friday, 20 October 2017 is ‘Get Set’...

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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 18 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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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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Supreme Court Judgments
Supreme Court Judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Sep 2017

Professor Greg Reinhardt on the Supreme Court Judgment concerning a caveat lodged in support of a charge executed by one of two joint proprietors, the first respondent, in respect of his interest in certain land...

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LIV Running Group – What’s it all about?
LIV Running Group – What’s it all about?

 Natalie Vogel 28 Aug 2017

Since it commenced in March this year, the LIV Running Group has quickly become known as a fun, free and accessible way to get involved in running and make new friends...

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