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Companies have role to play in eliminating modern slavery
Companies have role to play in eliminating modern slavery

 Karin Derkley 17 Oct 2019

Companies and their advisors need to remember that corporate and legal obligations under the Modern Slavery Act are aimed at preventing the exploitation of vulnerable people...

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Safe to listen to clients who raise voluntary assisted dying
Safe to listen to clients who raise voluntary assisted dying

 Karin Derkley 09 Oct 2019

Lawyers can listen to clients when they raise voluntary assisted dying without fearing they may fall foul of the law prohibiting inducement...

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Religious Discrimination Bill will create a “set of swords”: LIV
Religious Discrimination Bill will create a “set of swords”: LIV

 Karin Derkley 08 Oct 2019

A national human rights charter would be a more effective way of safeguarding religious freedom than the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill, the LIV says...

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October LIJ flipbook
October LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2019

Welcome to the October 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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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2019

Pictures from the Golden Gavel 2019, Sir Zelman Cowen Centenary Oration, LIV Children and Young People Issues Committee and more...

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Going global: Cross cultural practice takes off
Going global: Cross cultural practice takes off

 Karin Derkley 01 Oct 2019

Australian lawyers are getting the chance to broaden their skills and indulge their wanderlust in far-flung postings.

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Speaking up for justice
Speaking up for justice

 Karin Derkley 01 Oct 2019

Speech pathologists are increasingly working with the justice system to help people with language disorders...

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Opinion: Undone by off-duty behaviour
Opinion: Undone by off-duty behaviour

 Anthony O’Donnell 01 Oct 2019

Company codes represent a disturbing new frontier of control...

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LIV Contract of sale: Moving to transaction-based use
LIV Contract of sale: Moving to transaction-based use

 Mark Kurtze 01 Oct 2019

The LIV/REIV Contract of Sale of Land has been redesigned for full online delivery...
 

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LIV Contract of sale updated
LIV Contract of sale updated

 David P Lloyd, Murray McCutcheon AM and Robert Bradley 01 Oct 2019

The 2019 edition of the LIV/REIV Contract of sale of land varies in many important respects from the Contract of Sale of Real Estate previously in use...

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General data protection regulation: GDPR one year on
General data protection regulation: GDPR one year on

 Arvind Dixit and Lynton Brooks 01 Oct 2019

After a year of operation, it is timely to reflect on the impact of the general data protection regulation on Australian businesses and how it is shaping the direction of privacy regulation...

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International commercial courts: Strength in diversity
International commercial courts: Strength in diversity

 Andrew Godwin 01 Oct 2019

The Singapore International Commercial Court and the China International Commercial Court have some unique features when compared with domestic courts...

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International tax: A multi-layered system
International tax: A multi-layered system

 Kelvin Yuen and Annabell Rehmer 01 Oct 2019

Reducing tax avoidance by multinational entities has led to the creation of a new multilateral tax instrument, creating an additional layer of complexity to the international tax system...

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Telling client stories: Advocacy in a human rights framework
Telling client stories: Advocacy in a human rights framework

 Sarah J Mercer 01 Oct 2019

The United Nations Convention oN the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and victoria's Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities illustrate how human rights law can shape our approach to client advocacy...

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Human rights and the constitution: Can Australia learn from India?
Human rights and the constitution: Can Australia learn from India?

 Molina Asthana 01 Oct 2019

The evolution of constitutional law in India differs significantly from Australia – it includes a bill of rights...

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