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 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Employers wishing to carry out targeted recruitment to help address institutionalised inequalities will find the recent decision of VCAT in the matter of Waite Group (Human Rights) of interest...

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Independent judicial complaints body launched
Independent judicial complaints body launched

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Complaints and concerns about judicial officers will be investigated by the Judicial Commission of Victoria (JCV), which starts operating on 3 July...

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Call for spent convictions scheme
Call for spent convictions scheme

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

A surge in the number of criminal history checks in recent years has made urgent the need for a spent conviction scheme in Victoria, according to a report by Liberty Victoria’s Rights Advocacy Program...

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Attacks on Victorian judges 'grossly improper'
Attacks on Victorian judges 'grossly improper'

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Judges and lawyers have united in their condemnation of inflammatory statements by federal politicians about the Victorian judiciary...

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Access to justice boost
Access to justice boost

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Legal aid, self-represented litigants and litigants dealing with civil disputes are among the winners in the state government’s response to the Access to Justice Review...

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Driverless cars to go on trial
Driverless cars to go on trial

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Driverless cars are one step closer with the release of guidelines around trials of automated vehicles. The National Transport Commission (NTC) has issued guidelines for trials of automated...

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Youth justice reforms undermine system
Youth justice reforms undermine system

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Measures introduced in recent youth justice reforms threaten to undermine the foundations of Victoria’s youth justice system, according to a letter to the Victorian state government...

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Oath made simple
Oath made simple

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

A simple promise to tell the truth will act as oath or affirmation in court for a child or person with a cognitive impairment under new laws. As well, teachers, nurses, some Australia Post...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association vice president Maria Barbayannis, Arnold Bloch Leibler lawyer Maneka Siva Nathan, Lander & Rogers lawyer Hannah Kotzman, Indigenous Law Students...

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Justice Garde to stay on at VCAT
Justice Garde to stay on at VCAT

 Law Institute Journal Jul 2017

Justice Greg Garde is to stay on as president of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) for a further year. Justice Garde’s five-year term was due to finish on 31 May 2017...

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Anatomy of a deal
Anatomy of a deal

 Karin Derkley Jul 2017

After two and a half years and tens of thousands of lawyer hours, MinterEllison helped finalise a transaction that realised a windfall for Victoria and won the firm Deal of the Year...

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Family violence education for judges
Family violence education for judges

 Carolyn Ford Jul 2017

The strategic direction for the Judicial College of Victoria takes into account the disruptions the judiciary, courts and tribunal system will likely confront...

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Why we need committals
Why we need committals

 Tim Freeman Jul 2017

The role and relevance of committal proceedings are again in the spotlight. There has not in living memory been such a focus on law and order policy in this state...

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The LIJ turns 90
The LIJ turns 90

 Carolyn Ford Jul 2017

The Law Institute Journal was launched in July 1927. The LIV's flagship publication was launched in July 1927. King George V ruled the British Empire, Stanley Bruce was Prime Minister of Australia...

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Legal showcase
Legal showcase

 Carolyn Ford Jul 2017

The Victorian legal night of nights celebrated the outstanding work of lawyers across the community. Recognition of the work done by the Legacy Caseload Working Group at the...

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