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Reasons not to be fearful of working in a paperless office
Reasons not to be fearful of working in a paperless office

 YL 21 Sep 2015

If Apple or Netflix made law offices, they’d be entirely paperless. But if Borders or Blockbuster made law offices, they’d still be made of paper.

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Introducing Victoria’s Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality

17 Sep 2015

When I got engaged, I did not hesitate to announce it to my work colleagues – it was an important event in my life, and who doesn’t like a wedding?! Unfortunately, the experience for one of my colleagues was very different – he was reticent to announce his engagement because he wasn’t sure how it would be received. Why did we have different experiences? Because I am heterosexual and my colleague is gay. In our society, my marriage is “normal” and formally recognised by law. My colleague knew that his marriage would not (yet) be recognised by law and he wasn’t sure how the workplace would see it.

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Introducing Victoria’s Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality
Introducing Victoria’s Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality

 Katie Miller 17 Sep 2015

When I got engaged, I did not hesitate to announce it to my work colleagues – it was an important event in my life, and who doesn’t like a wedding...

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Why young lawyers should head to the burbs

14 Sep 2015

An interview with Joseph Romeo of DeMarco Lawyers.

Fifteen minutes after first walking through the door to start a new job with a small firm in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, Joseph Romeo was handed a file and told to head to the County Court for a jury empanelment. He spent the following nine weeks at the Court instructing two barristers. The experience was at once daunting and exhilarating. It was also one of the experiences that inspired Joseph’s passionate advocacy for the benefits of suburban legal practice.

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Why young lawyers should head to the burbs
Why young lawyers should head to the burbs

 YL 14 Sep 2015

An interview with Joseph Romeo of DeMarco Lawyers.

Fifteen minutes after first walking through the door to start a new job with a small firm in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, Joseph Romeo was handed a file and told to head to the County Court for a jury empanelment. He spent the following nine weeks at the Court instructing two barristers. The experience was at once daunting and exhilarating. It was also one of the experiences that inspired Joseph’s passionate advocacy for the benefits of suburban legal practice.

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The Uniform Law journey – are we there yet?

10 Sep 2015

The Legal Profession Uniform Law (Uniform Law) commenced on 1 July 2015. If you’ve been on holidays and missed it, you can catch up with the fact sheets, practice resources and FAQs here.

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The Uniform Law journey – are we there yet?
The Uniform Law journey – are we there yet?

 Katie Miller 10 Sep 2015

The Legal Profession Uniform Law (Uniform Law) commenced on 1 July 2015. If you’ve been on holidays and missed it, you can catch up with...

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25 legal identities to follow on social media

08 Sep 2015

Social media is great for staying in touch with friends, family, and current and former colleagues. It’s also where news tends to break first, and is very useful for keeping your finger on the pulse of the latest developments in the law.

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25 legal identities to follow on social media
25 legal identities to follow on social media

 YL 08 Sep 2015

Social media is great for staying in touch with friends, family, and current and former colleagues. It’s also where news tends to break first, and is very useful for keeping your finger on the pulse of the latest developments in the law.

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Ten books that all lawyers should read

02 Sep 2015

I’m sure it will surprise none of you to learn that I love books. As a lawyer and an info junkie, it’s only natural that I love to read – whether it’s to learn something, for inspiration or just to relax. I’m one of those people who have multiple books on my bedside table – because one book is never enough!

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Ten books that all lawyers should read
Ten books that all lawyers should read

 Katie Miller 02 Sep 2015

I’m sure it will surprise none of you to learn that I love books...

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How to improve your professional writing

31 Aug 2015

One of the greatest strengths a lawyer possesses, whether established veteran or mere fledgling, is the ability to wield the English language. Writing ability is not only a valuable skill, it is an essential part of a successful legal career, beginning at university, where almost every assessment is a written piece, to the basic letters and written advices of legal practice.

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How to improve your professional writing
How to improve your professional writing

 YL 31 Aug 2015

One of the greatest strengths a lawyer possesses, whether established veteran or mere fledgling, is the ability to wield the English language. Writing ability is not only a valuable skill, it is an essential part of a successful legal career, beginning at university, where almost every assessment is a written piece, to the basic letters and written advices of legal practice.

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The capacity conundrum – assessing your client’s capacity to make legal decisions

27 Aug 2015

One of the key issues for the LIV this year is the Royal Commission into Family Violence. We’ve made a submission to the Commission and assisted the Commission to find suitable witnesses to give evidence about the interaction and gaps between the various courts involved in family violence issues.

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The capacity conundrum – assessing your client’s capacity to make legal decisions
The capacity conundrum – assessing your client’s capacity to make legal decisions

 Katie Miller 27 Aug 2015

One of the key issues for the LIV this year is the Royal Commission into Family Violence. We’ve made a submission to the Commission and assisted the Commission...

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