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 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

I refer to the review of the retired County Court judge Graham Fricke in the December 2019 LIJ edition regarding the book by Leo Kennedy...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

Photos from the LIV Essential Briefing – State of the Profession and the Opening of the Legal Year...

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Lawyers breaking the barriers
Lawyers breaking the barriers

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2020

For law graduates from diverse backgrounds, overcoming the challenges of breaking into the legal profession requires extra grit...

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Disaster relief: Legal need to increase  in wake of fires
Disaster relief: Legal need to increase in wake of fires

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2020

Lawyers in areas hit by the bushfire disaster have been on the frontline with legal relief for their communities.

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Skills: How to keep it brief
Skills: How to keep it brief

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2020

Are you overloading your clients with too much information?

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Opinion: Minimising restraint in aged care
Opinion: Minimising restraint in aged care

 Claire McNamara 01 Mar 2020

Lawyers who advise clients about aged care agreements, appointments of medical treatment decision makers and advance care directives need to be familiar with the Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act...

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Welcome: Judge John Cain
Welcome: Judge John Cain

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

Judge John Cain was welcomed as State Coroner and judge of the County Court of Victoria on 5 December 2019. Among the speakers was 2019 LIV president Stuart Webb. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Welcome: Judge Rosemary Carlin
Welcome: Judge Rosemary Carlin

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

Judge Rosemary Carlin was welcomed to the County Court of Victoria on 3 October 2019. Among the speakers was 2020 LIV president Sam Pandya. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Farewell: Judge  Marilyn Harbison
Farewell: Judge Marilyn Harbison

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

Judge Marilyn Harbison was farewelled as a judge of the County Court of Victoria on 16 October 2019. Among the speakers was then LIV president Stuart Webb. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Guardianship: A new dawn
Guardianship: A new dawn

 Natalie Talia 01 Mar 2020

A new act establishes a framework for guardianship and administration that encourages agency and participation by people with disabilities in their own affairs...

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Relief against forfeiture: Forfeiture of non-proprietary interests
Relief against forfeiture: Forfeiture of non-proprietary interests

 Glenn McGowan QC and Tomaso Di Lallo 01 Mar 2020

Equity may intervene to prevent the unconscionable exercise of a right to terminate a commercial contract. Whether equity will intervene to prevent the loss of a non-proprietary interest is controversial. Recent Victorian decisions have created greater uncertainty...

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Civil Procedure Act: A civilised profession?
Civil Procedure Act: A civilised profession?

 Genna Angelowitsch 01 Mar 2020

At its commencement, some viewed the CPA as an aspirational guideline. Now, entering its 10th year, the courts have demonstrated their preparedness to put substance into the legislature’s ambitions, and sanction those who fail to comply...

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Ethics: In-house challenges
Ethics: In-house challenges

 Michael Dolan 01 Mar 2020

In-house lawyers face some interesting ethical challenges as their client is usually their employer...

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Food: No time to waste
Food: No time to waste

 Jacob McCahon, Rebecca McCarthy and Sophie Lloyd 01 Mar 2020

Legislative reform could solve the problems hindering our ability to reduce food waste – travel costs for rescued food supply and limited ‘Good Samaritan’ laws...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 David Kelsey-Sugg 01 Mar 2020

Crown appeal against sentence – procedural fairness . . .

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