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Survey questions diversion refusals
Survey questions diversion refusals

 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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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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Mental health: Renewed focus on lawyers’ mental health
Mental health: Renewed focus on lawyers’ mental health

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2021

New wellbeing manager Megan Fulford will boost the LIV’s efforts to support members in challenging times.

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PC renewal: Time to renew your PC
PC renewal: Time to renew your PC

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2021

All current practising certificates will expire on 30 June 2021. If you intend to practise beyond this date, you must apply to renew your certificate.

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LIV awards: Champion of the downtrodden
LIV awards: Champion of the downtrodden

 Eu-Jin Teo 01 Apr 2021

Twenty-three years on from its inception, the Paul Baker Award remains a fitting embodiment of the legacy of a man who continues to be sadly missed in all his areas of endeavour.

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Opinion: Eradicating the culture of silence
Opinion: Eradicating the culture of silence

 Genevieve Collins 01 Apr 2021

Organisations need to adopt serious measures to prevent sexual harassment at work.

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Public Interest Disclosures Act: Impropriety and serious professional misconduct
Public Interest Disclosures Act: Impropriety and serious professional misconduct

 Malcolm Harding 01 Apr 2021

Amendments made to the concept of improper conduct in the Public Interest Disclosures Act draw on the Act’s purpose to encourage and facilitate disclosure of impropriety.

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Insolvency: Reaching its peak – unfair preference claims
Insolvency: Reaching its peak – unfair preference claims

 Jason Geisker and Georgina Overend 01 Apr 2021

Three trials in the Federal Court provide clarity on key issues in unfair preference claims. 

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Property law: Co-ownership disputes – update
Property law: Co-ownership disputes – update

 Philip Barton 01 Apr 2021

Disputes between co-owners continue to engage the Supreme Court. Most prolific in a non-statutory context concern whether a joint tenancy has been severed to create a tenant in common. The arcane topic of adverse possession between co-owners is the subject of another decision. And disputes over partition and sale on appeal from VCAT continue.

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Victoria Planning Provisions: Adopting a regulatory design protocol
Victoria Planning Provisions: Adopting a regulatory design protocol

 Andrew Natoli 01 Apr 2021

The VPP were a pioneer in regulation by design and the model offers a path to make a wider range of regulation simpler and more accessible by adopting a Victorian Regulatory Design Protocol.

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Commercial law: Untangling a legal knotweed
Commercial law: Untangling a legal knotweed

 Anton Trichardt 01 Apr 2021

A recent UK decision and the compelling reasons of the minority call for Australian courts to revisit the rule against reflective loss. 

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