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New admissions: 15 July 2021
New admissions: 15 July 2021

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2021

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 15 July 2021. The LIJ welcomes them to the legal profession.

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LIV update: Legal Executives
LIV update: Legal Executives

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2021

Legal executives are the “cogs in the wheel” keeping legal operations running smoothly.

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Inside stories: Ethics and ripping yarns
Inside stories: Ethics and ripping yarns

 Carolyn Ford 01 Sep 2021

In her thesis on a case that made headlines in the 1980s, Dr Rachel Spencer reminds readers that true crime writing is about real people and carries moral obligations. 

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2021

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne.

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With all due respect: Your guilty secret
With all due respect: Your guilty secret

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2021

National survey goes to the too hard basket.

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Health and wellbeing: What optimists do differently
Health and wellbeing: What optimists do differently

 Megan Fulford 01 Sep 2021

Changing thinking styles can put you in a better position when dealing with difficult circumstances.

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Beyond the law: Lawyer’s bid to aid Alfred biobank
Beyond the law: Lawyer’s bid to aid Alfred biobank

 Karin Derkley 01 Sep 2021

Promoting research on brain tumors is a personal mission for lawyer Nadine Udorovic.

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Don’t fear the media, Acting NT Director of Public Prosecutions tells LIV conference
Don’t fear the media, Acting NT Director of Public Prosecutions tells LIV conference

 Bill Molloy 26 Aug 2021

Acting Northern Territory Director of Public Prosecutions Nicholas Papas QC has encouraged lawyers not to be fearful of leveraging the media to educate the general public on legal matters, or advocate for reform.

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Covid-19 a “lightning rod” for reform of Magistrates Court, conference told
Covid-19 a “lightning rod” for reform of Magistrates Court, conference told

 Karin Derkley 20 Aug 2021

Despite its devastating impacts on the profession, COVID-19 has also been a “lightning rod” for permanent beneficial change to Victoria's busiest court, Chief Magistrate Lisa Hannan told the LIV Criminal Law Conference...

 

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LIV raises concerns of Victorian lawyers about the plight of Afghan clients
LIV raises concerns of Victorian lawyers about the plight of Afghan clients

 LIV Media 20 Aug 2021

The Law Institute of Victoria shares the concerns of the community and the legal profession about the increasingly desperate situation in Afghanistan.

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Practice Spotlight: Family Law
Practice Spotlight: Family Law

 Yasmin Elbouch 19 Aug 2021

Family law deals with an assortment of family-related and domestic issues such as divorce, parenting arrangements, child support and property law. 

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LIV responds to Sexual Harassment in the Victorian Workplace consultation
LIV responds to Sexual Harassment in the Victorian Workplace consultation

 the LIV Sexual Harassment Working Group 18 Aug 2021

The LIV has responded to a Victorian Government consultation paper focused on addressing sexual harassment in Victorian workplaces...

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Golden Gavel Competition delivers laughs despite lockdown
Golden Gavel Competition delivers laughs despite lockdown

 Bill Molloy 18 Aug 2021

While Melbourne trudges through its sixth lockdown (or ‘Locky D’), the return of the LIV Golden Gavel Competition brought some much-needed levity last week.

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COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: Should Australians be concerned?
COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: Should Australians be concerned?

 Caroline Ashton 16 Aug 2021

The risk of COVID-19 is ever-present and Australians remain largely susceptible to infection.1 Research supports the notion that the benefits of getting vaccinated against COVID-19 arguably outweigh the risks.2

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A time to reflect on inclusion in the workplace
A time to reflect on inclusion in the workplace

 Maddy Hearn 16 Aug 2021

Victorians have spent the majority of the past 16 months in some form of lockdown, isolation or government enforced restriction. Inclusion has faced a significant hurdle and, arguably, taken a back seat in the list of priorities in the legal industry.

 

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