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Going backwards on family violence: Rosie Batty
Going backwards on family violence: Rosie Batty

 Carolyn Ford 19 Feb 2020

Rosie Batty began her presentation at the family violence roundtable at the LIV on Tuesday with TV news footage from the day of her son Luke’s murder in February, 2014.

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Governments must regulate on waste management, LIV
Governments must regulate on waste management, LIV

 Karin Derkley 17 Feb 2020

The LIV has recommended the state government introduce a "polluter pays" principle to strengthen the accountability of product manufacturers, encourage recycling, and reduce waste...

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Big law firms embracing change in 2020
Big law firms embracing change in 2020

 Karin Derkley 12 Feb 2020

Leaders of large law firms are embracing change this year, in terms of technology, their workforce and the way they deal with clients...

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A-G commends bushfire legal help at Legal Laneway Breakfast
A-G commends bushfire legal help at Legal Laneway Breakfast

 Karin Derkley 06 Feb 2020

Attorney-General Jill Hennessy opened the 2020 legal year by commending the legal profession on its support of communities affected by the summer's bushfires...

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Employ creativity and strategy to protect environment
Employ creativity and strategy to protect environment

 Karin Derkley 04 Feb 2020

The lawyer who helped coordinate litigation which saved a section of East Gippsland's Erinunderra Plateau from logging 11 years ago has urged lawyers to be passionate and creative in their use of the law to protect the environment...

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Jan/Feb LIJ flipbook
Jan/Feb LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2020

Welcome to the Jan/Feb 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 Feb 2020

Photos from the Legal Fun Run & Walk, members' Christmas parties, family law judges panel discussion and more...

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John Cain 1931–2019: Farewell to a giant of the profession
John Cain 1931–2019: Farewell to a giant of the profession

 Carolyn Ford 01 Feb 2020

Former Victorian Premier John Cain died on 23 December, aged 88. His landmark reforms and visionary leadership – of the LIV, the legal profession and the state – are remembered here...
 

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Call for bushfire disaster legal help
Call for bushfire disaster legal help

 Sam Pandya 01 Feb 2020

The LIV is a partner in Disaster Legal Help Victoria and once again lawyers are responding generously to calls for help.
 

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Profile: Meet the new LIV president
Profile: Meet the new LIV president

 Karin Derkley 01 Feb 2020

Lawyer Sam Pandya grew up in suburban London and sees cultural and socio-economic diversity as a theme for his presidency...

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LIV Council: Meet the LIV Council 2020
LIV Council: Meet the LIV Council 2020

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2020

Meet the LIV Council 2020...

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Welcome: Chief Magistrate Lisa Hannan
Welcome: Chief Magistrate Lisa Hannan

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2020

Chief Magistrate Lisa Hannan was welcomed to the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria on 20 November 2019. Among the speakers was 2019 LIV president Stuart Webb. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Farewell: Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen
Farewell: Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2020

Judge Peter Lauritsen was farewelled as Victorian Chief Magistrate on 15 November 2019. Among the speakers was 2019 LIV president Stuart Webb. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Technology: Algorithmic discrimination
Technology: Algorithmic discrimination

 Natalie Sheard 01 Feb 2020

Algorithmic bias or discrimination has been recorded in employment, financial, law enforcement and judicial contexts, posing challenges for the Australian legal system...

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Tenancy law: Damages for  unlawful subletting
Tenancy law: Damages for unlawful subletting

 Anton Trichardt 01 Feb 2020

Damages may be available to landlords against tenants who profit from unlawful short-term rental using online platforms...

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