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Time to consolidate legaltech in year ahead
Time to consolidate legaltech in year ahead

 Karin Derkley 06 Dec 2018

After 2018 being the year "lots of shiny new" legaltech tools came on the market, 2019 will be a year of consolidation...

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On the move
On the move

 LIV Media 06 Dec 2018

Here are some of the latest moves by lawyers and firms...

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Criminal Law Section celebrates 40 years of influence
Criminal Law Section celebrates 40 years of influence

 Karin Derkley 03 Dec 2018

The LIV Criminal Law Section's annual general meeting heard about how a handful of lawyers from this ‘grubby’ area of law set up the first criminal law committee 40 years ago...

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December LIJ Flipbook
December LIJ Flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 03 Dec 2018

Welcome to the December LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising.

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New (year) law: adapting to disruption
New (year) law: adapting to disruption

 Karin Derkley 03 Dec 2018

Law firms are facing challenges and opportunities as we go into a new year...

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High stress low productivity
High stress low productivity

 Karin Derkley 03 Dec 2018

Evidence is mounting that a workplace culture of long hours and relentless demands is undermining productivity and even the mental health of legal practitioners...

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New law to simplify legal process
New law to simplify legal process

 Matthew Hicks 03 Dec 2018

Victorian practitioners will soon have access to a one-stop-shop for the law governing the making and witnessing of affidavits and statutory declarations in the wake of new legislation...

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Law Institute of Victoria responds to informer disclosures
Law Institute of Victoria responds to informer disclosures

 LIV Media 03 Dec 2018

The LIV is extremely concerned by disclosures that a legal professional acted as a police informer against clients during the gangland wars...

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LIV congratulates new accredited specialists
LIV congratulates new accredited specialists

 LIV Media 03 Dec 2018

The LIV recognised the accomplishments of 58 new accredited specialists last week at the 2018 Accredited Specialisation Conferral Ceremony...

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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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