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Inside stories: Holding their own
Inside stories: Holding their own

 IOLA MATHEWS 01 Oct 2019

Flos Greig’s pioneering career and fighting spirit had a lasting influence on her great-niece...

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2019

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne...

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With all due respect: Great city for trekking
With all due respect: Great city for trekking

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2019

Paris was a gas, naturally...

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Health and wellbeing: Challenging the way we work
Health and wellbeing: Challenging the way we work

 Chief Justice Anne Ferguson 01 Oct 2019

Courts, legal employers and the Bar need to prioritise wellbeing in the workplace...
 

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Beyond the law: Working off fines debt
Beyond the law: Working off fines debt

 Laura Sanderson 01 Oct 2019

A Mornington Peninsula CLC scheme funded by the Victorian Legal Services Board is helping vulnerable people in financial strife...

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LIV calls for CCTV in slaughterhouses
LIV calls for CCTV in slaughterhouses

 Karin Derkley 26 Sep 2019

Proposed laws that impose mandatory sentences on those wanting to expose animal cruelty are unnecessary and impinge on the public's right to know about unconscionable conduct, LIV Criminal Law Section co-chair Mel Walker told the state parliament’s Inquiry into the Impact of Animal Activism this week...

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LIV honours 50-year members
LIV honours 50-year members

 Karin Derkley 23 Sep 2019

Members who have been with the LIV for 50 years told of its central role in their professional lives at a celebration to honour those who joined in 1968 and 1969...
 

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New regime requires companies to protect whistleblowers
New regime requires companies to protect whistleblowers

 Karin Derkley 19 Sep 2019

New whistleblower protection legislation will open the way to increased litigation and better defend those who disclose corporate misconduct, an LIV lunchtime session heard this week...

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Victoria to again be leader in youth justice: minister
Victoria to again be leader in youth justice: minister

 Karin Derkley 17 Sep 2019

Minister for Youth Justice Ben Carroll wants Victoria to return to being a leader in youth justice, and said he would rather young people didn't go to prison. But if they do, he wants to make sure they come out better than when they went in, he told the Jesuit Social Services National Justice Symposium last week...  

 

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LIV hosts law societies, LCA
LIV hosts law societies, LCA

 Karin Derkley 13 Sep 2019

Leaders of the legal profession across Australia are coming together at the Law Institute of Victoria for a meeting of the Council of Law Societies.  Presidents and CEOs of Law Societies are meeting at the LIV’s headquarters at 140 William Street today.

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Ombudsman, ACCC call for unfair contract penalties
Ombudsman, ACCC call for unfair contract penalties

 Karin Derkley 10 Sep 2019

Unfair contracts should be made illegal and attract strong penalties, an LIV hosted forum on how regulators can help small businesses has heard...

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New Law changing the way law is done
New Law changing the way law is done

 Karin Derkley 04 Sep 2019

Client demand and “enabling” technologies are driving the growth of New Law firms, a symposium on New Law heard last week...

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September LIJ flipbook
September LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2019

Welcome to the September 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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Succession planning: Handing over the practice
Succession planning: Handing over the practice

 Karin Derkley 01 Sep 2019

Every year hundreds of Victorian lawyers face the dilemma of what to do with their legal practices because of age or simply a desire to move on...

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Interview: Opposition firm on matters of justice
Interview: Opposition firm on matters of justice

 Carolyn Ford 01 Sep 2019

The state shadow Attorney-General Edward O’Donohue has called for action to tackle court backlogs and to make the system work smarter...

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