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That's enough, alexa
That's enough, alexa

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2019

Your WADR correspondent has opined in the past about our increasing dependence on technology as well as the rise of robots and artificial intelligence (AI)...

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Ways to reduce stigma in the workplace
Ways to reduce stigma in the workplace

 SANE Australia 01 Mar 2019

A few small changes can make a world of difference to your colleagues, your workplace and you...

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Legal outreach  a rich brew
Legal outreach a rich brew

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2019

Lawyers in Melbourne’s north are using coffee to take free legal advice to the community...

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FAQs: Oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certifications
FAQs: Oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certifications

 Department of Justice and Community Safety 27 Feb 2019

The Oaths and Affirmations Act 2018 and related regulations bring together, clarify and update laws about oaths, affirmations, affidavits and statutory declarations that were previously found in the Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1958...

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Statement from the LIV president on The Hon Philip Cummins AM
Statement from the LIV president on The Hon Philip Cummins AM

 LIV president 26 Feb 2019

The justice system owes much to The Hon Philip Cummins AM.

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Borderless technologies driving spread of Uniform Law
Borderless technologies driving spread of Uniform Law

 Karin Derkley 25 Feb 2019

More than two thirds of legal practitioners in Australia are now regulated by the Uniform Law regime, a figure which could grow further if Western Australia also adopts the framework, according to the annual report of the Legal Services Council (LSC) which administers Uniform Law in the legal profession...

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Dealing with difficult people
Dealing with difficult people

 Angela Burr 25 Feb 2019

It is easy to joke that our job as lawyers would be easy if it weren’t for the people. All jokes aside, difficult people have the potential to make your life a living hell. Here are some strategies you can use next time you encounter a difficult person...

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LIV Migration Law Committee statement
LIV Migration Law Committee statement

 LIV Migration Law Committee 22 Feb 2019

The LIV Migration Law Committee is concerned that Joint Standing Committee on Migration chair Jason Wood MP has made inaccurate statements about visa cancellation provisions in a Bill currently before parliament...

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Repetitive concussions in sport
Repetitive concussions in sport

 Dr Cristina Morganti-Kossmann 21 Feb 2019

Sport-related concussions (SRCs) comprise a complex medicolegal problem in the context of Australian contact sport. This article discusses current knowledge on sport concussion and continuing developments in the diagnosis and management of sport concussions that have led to substantial changes in sport rules and raised significant legal issues...

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Opposition welcomes debate on old minor offences
Opposition welcomes debate on old minor offences

 Karin Derkley 20 Feb 2019

Support for the Spent Convictions Bill is growing, with the LIV, the Victorian Bar and former shadow attorney-general John Pesutto coming out in favour of the scheme which would wipe clean the criminal record of those with minor convictions after 10 years, or five years for minors. ..

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LIV Supports National Power of Attorney Scheme
LIV Supports National Power of Attorney Scheme

 Elder Law Section 20 Feb 2019

The LIV has written to the Law Council of Australia to express its support for nationally consistent Power of Attorney laws, and the introduction of a national register, to minimise the risk of Powers of Attorney being used as instruments of financial elder abuse.

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

 Rachel Lane 19 Feb 2019

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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Informer anonymity threatens criminal justice system
Informer anonymity threatens criminal justice system

 Karin Derkley 19 Feb 2019

Courts could become further clogged as a result of the police informants scandal if clients come to doubt their lawyers are acting in their best interests, the opening session at the Royal Commission into Management of Police Informants heard last week...
 

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Ethical marketing for personal injury lawyers
Ethical marketing for personal injury lawyers

 Emma Hines 14 Feb 2019

Social media and claims ‘farmers’ are changing the personal injury law marketing landscape daily and the competition is intense...

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