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Who can they tell?
Who can they tell?

 Philip Hill 03 Dec 2018

In many cases, statutory confidentiality requirements have been critical to the success of corruption investigations...

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Out in the open
Out in the open

 Carly Schrever 03 Dec 2018

Australia’s first research measuring judicial stress and wellbeing yields important findings on occupational pressures...

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Wisely, or not at all
Wisely, or not at all

 Anna Kelly 03 Dec 2018

Employers have a range of complaint handling and dispute resolution mechanisms available to them and workplace investigations should only be undertaken when absolutely necessary...

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Unfortunate anomalies
Unfortunate anomalies

 Mick Batskos 03 Dec 2018

Some unfortunate anomalies arise under the Victorian Freedom of Information Act from the dual roles of the Information Commissioner as an 'agency', and as a review and complaint handling body...

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Is it reasonable?
Is it reasonable?

 David Joseph 03 Dec 2018

The impoundment by police of a motor vehicle can only proceed subject to a reasonableness test...

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Expectations exceeded
Expectations exceeded

 Belinda Wilson 03 Dec 2018

The LIV president has been proud to help showcase the diverse skills and passions of LIV members and to speak up for the profession...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 03 Dec 2018

Photos from the Bendigo Law Association annual dinner, Gender on the Agenda, the LIV Melbourne Press Club forum: the Politics of Crime and more...

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Lessons for the future
Lessons for the future

 Dr Liz Curran 03 Dec 2018

The Royal Commission into Institutional Childhood Abuse laid bare the truth, with a plan for others in the future...

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How to nurture the leaders of tomorrow
How to nurture the leaders of tomorrow

 Dr Michael McNamara 03 Dec 2018

Supervision, profession-wide, is sub-par and many junior lawyers are not receiving appropriate training and support...

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Obituary: Simon Begg
Obituary: Simon Begg

 Frank D O’Loughlin 03 Dec 2018

From the time he left university in 1957 through to last month, Simon never stopped being a lawyer...

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High court judgments
High court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 03 Dec 2018

In Mighty River International Limited v Hughes; Mighty River International Limited v Mineral Resources Limited [2018] HCA 38 (orders 19 June 2018; reasons 12 September 2018) the High Court upheld the validity of a deed...

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Federal court judgments
Federal court judgments

 Dan Star QC 03 Dec 2018

In Stowers v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2018] FCAFC 174 (12 October 2018) the Full Court allowed the appeal and set aside the primary judge’s decision...

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Family law judgments
Family law judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol 03 Dec 2018

Decision that an application filed at 7.40pm be treated as filed that day contrary to FLR 24.05(2) set aside...

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Supreme court judgments
Supreme court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 03 Dec 2018

Discovery of confidential commercial documents-protecting confidentiality...

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Legislation update
Legislation update

 LIV Library 03 Dec 2018

New Victorian 2018 Assents, as at 29/10/18 2018 No. 46 Building Amendment (Registration of Building Trades and Other Matters) Act 2018 No. 47...

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