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Court dismisses Pell appeal on legal grounds
Court dismisses Pell appeal on legal grounds

 Karin Derkley 21 Aug 2019

The three Court of Appeal judges who heard Cardinal Pell’s appeal sat through more than 30 hours of recordings and went through more than 2000 pages of evidence given by witnesses during the trial...

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Commercial lawyers must consider moral dimension
Commercial lawyers must consider moral dimension

 Karin Derkley 18 Aug 2019

Commercial lawyers need to remind their clients of their obligation to act conscionably, Justice Chris Maxwell said at the Victoria Law Foundation Oration...

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High rates of harassment diminish profession
High rates of harassment diminish profession

 Karin Derkley 14 Aug 2019

Nearly three quarters of women and half of men working in the legal profession in Australia have been the victim of bullying, while almost half of women in the profession say they have been sexually harassed...

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August LIJ flipbook
August LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2019

Welcome to the August 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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Taking the law into their own hands
Taking the law into their own hands

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2019

More women than ever are setting up their own practices...

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Royal Commission: LIV calls for 50 mental health fixes
Royal Commission: LIV calls for 50 mental health fixes

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2019

For its Royal Commission submission The LIV drew on the expertise of lawyers who see how the mental health system’s shortcomings contribute to disproportionate entanglement with the justice system...

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Spent convictions: LIV optimistic on scheme to wipe criminal slate
Spent convictions: LIV optimistic on scheme to wipe criminal slate

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2019

After decades of advocacy, Victoria is close to getting a scheme to expunge old convictions for minor offences...

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Opinion: What happened to presumed innocent?
Opinion: What happened to presumed innocent?

 Bill Doogue 01 Aug 2019

There is nothing to be gained by giving media more freedom to inform the public of a case before a trial...

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Welcome: Justice Jillian Williams
Welcome: Justice Jillian Williams

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2019

Justice Jillian Williams was welcomed to the Family Court of Australia on 26 February. Among the speakers was LIV past president Caroline Counsel. This is an edited version of her speech...

 
 

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Contempt of court: The state of the law
Contempt of court: The state of the law

 Anna Beesley 01 Aug 2019

It is necessary to review and reform the law of contempt of court to ensure it remains relevant in the digital age...

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Privacy: Data security in practice
Privacy: Data security in practice

 Adam Wakeling, Molina Asthana and Peter Moran 01 Aug 2019

Privacy and data security are in the spotlight as regulatory changes from 2018 are tested out in practice and data breaches are increasingly reported in the media...

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Self-managed super funds: Grotesquely unreasonable
Self-managed super funds: Grotesquely unreasonable

 Daniel Butler and Kimberley Noah 01 Aug 2019

A recent case highlights the high legal standards that SMSF trustees are accountable to and the need for careful attention to succession planning...

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VCAT applications: The conduct of attorneys
VCAT applications: The conduct of attorneys

 Clare Sunderland 01 Aug 2019

The Powers of Attorney Act provides that VCAT may order that an attorney lodge accounts or other documents. A relative or person with a special interest may apply to VCAT for such an order, yet the reported cases show the order will not be made as of right...

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Adverse possession: Get off my land
Adverse possession: Get off my land

 Phillip Leaman 01 Aug 2019

The case of Laming v Jennings is now the leading authority on how to successfully defend a claim for adverse possession. The case also puts into question the extent that easements by lost modern grant can exist in a Torrens system...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Aug 2019

Migration – detention pending removal – special case – drawing of inferences...

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