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The Verdins Principles
The Verdins Principles

 Rose George 26 Apr 2021

Courts are required to determine what the most appropriate sentencing orders are based on the circumstances of an individual. This often involves balancing multiple factors such general and specific deterrence, denunciation and punishment, as well as considerations specific to an accused, such as their moral culpability and the risks that a term of imprisonment poses.

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Criminal lawyers encouraged to participate in diversion survey
Criminal lawyers encouraged to participate in diversion survey

 Karin Derkley 21 Apr 2021

A survey by the LIV’s Criminal Law Section hopes to clarify why diversion applications by criminal defence lawyers for their clients are apparently frequently denied without cause...

 

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Practice Spotlight: Trademarks law and practice
Practice Spotlight: Trademarks law and practice

 Suzannah Wood 20 Apr 2021

Trademarks is an area of intellectual property that protects signs used as a badge of origin (such as Coca Cola or Apple). It is an area that offers variety, interesting matters and legal issues, and the ability to hone your client communication skills from an early stage.

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Telehealth ban for voluntary assisted dying needs to end now says LIV
Telehealth ban for voluntary assisted dying needs to end now says LIV

 LIV Media 20 Apr 2021

Victorians are being denied access to Voluntary Assisted Dying because of a ban on telehealth consultations, according to the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV).

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Courts not immune from sexual harassment - reforms needed says LIV
Courts not immune from sexual harassment - reforms needed says LIV

 LIV Media 19 Apr 2021

Courts must be safe places of work for all those who work in them, as well as those who have to appear before them, according to the Law Institute of Victoria.

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LIV seeks consultation on Mental Health Royal Commission reforms
LIV seeks consultation on Mental Health Royal Commission reforms

 LIV Health Committee 14 Apr 2021

The LIV has written a letter to the Minister for Health seeking clarification on the consultation process for implementing the Mental Health Royal Commission recommendations...

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Better recognition of Victoria’s pets in family violence cases
Better recognition of Victoria’s pets in family violence cases

 Nicky Neville-Jones 13 Apr 2021

Parliament agrees to reform pet ownership and family violence legislation in Victoria to better protect victims and their pets.

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LIV seeks that Sex Discrimination Act Amendment Bill not proceed
LIV seeks that Sex Discrimination Act Amendment Bill not proceed

 LIV Diversity Committee 13 Apr 2021

The LIV has submitted a letter to MP Zali Steggall expressing concerns regarding her proposed Bill to amend the Sex Discrimination Act...

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LIV expresses concerns regarding JobSeeker 'Dob-in' Hotline
LIV expresses concerns regarding JobSeeker 'Dob-in' Hotline

 LIV Workplace Relations Committee 13 Apr 2021

The LIV has submitted a letter to the Attorney-General Michaelia Cash regarding the proposed JobSeeker reporting line, also known as the 'Dob-In' hotline...

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LIV Celebrates Victorian Law Week
LIV Celebrates Victorian Law Week

 Legal Policy 12 Apr 2021

The Law Institute of Victoria is presenting 3 free events during Victorian Law Week aimed at increasing community awareness and understanding of key legal issues.

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April LIJ online edition
April LIJ online edition

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2021

Welcome to the April LIJ online edition. You can click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising.

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Contents – April LIJ
Contents – April LIJ

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2021

Quick links to April LIJ 2021 content.

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From the president: Call to action
From the president: Call to action

 Tania Wolff 01 Apr 2021

Cultural change in our profession would produce better outcomes for clients and community.

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2021

I write to register my unequivocal opposition to the proposal that solicitors should be able to charge contingency fees in class actions...

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Diversity: Aboriginal lawyers making inroads
Diversity: Aboriginal lawyers making inroads

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2021

There are growing numbers of Aboriginal lawyers working across Victoria, but support is still needed to overcome barriers.

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