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According to merit: Who are you?
According to merit: Who are you?

 Sam Pandya 01 Oct 2016

Data is critical for supporting cultural diversity in the legal profession. Globalisation is changing the legal profession, with increasing numbers of newly qualified lawyers from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds...

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Work in progress
Work in progress

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. Betty Alexopoulos Lawyer, Slater & Gordon: What hours do you work and where...?

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On the move
On the move

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Andrew Thompson has been appointed special counsel. Brett Bryant, formerly of BJT Legal, has joined as a litigation lawyer. Claire Munroe-Smith, formerly of LAC Lawyers, has joined the business law team...

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Mentoring Q&A
Mentoring Q&A

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Why be a mentor? Age hopefully brings wisdom from one’s years and life experiences. Not to share them with another person who may benefit would be selfish and a wasted opportunity...

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New admissions
New admissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 9 August 2016. The LIJ welcomes them to the legal profession...

 

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Advice: 7 habits of highly effective lawyers
Advice: 7 habits of highly effective lawyers

 Maria Rigoli 01 Oct 2016

There is no point setting goals or writing a “to do” list if you aren’t clear on who you are and what you love doing or what your purpose in life is. Take some time to reflect on your values and then work from there in setting the logistics...

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Your career: How to stand out from the crowd
Your career: How to stand out from the crowd

 Thomas Hobbs 01 Oct 2016

There are a few simple steps you can take to enhance your profile and get noticed. Lawyers at all levels can take steps to improve their...

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Advocacy
Advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

LIV CEO Nerida Wallace and Court Services Victoria director Asset Planning and Management Jurisdiction Services Brian Stevenson took part in a teleconference with the Bendigo Law Association to provide an...

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Council
Council

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

At the 18 August Council meeting, directors considered a range of issues affecting the day-to-day procedures practitioners use, as well as the regulatory role of the LIV...

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Trust accounting
Trust accounting

 Nilantha Wanaguru 01 Oct 2016

Practitioners need to be aware of requirements and process in relation to withdrawal of trust money under the Uniform Law. Pursuant to the Uniform Law, a law practice must not withdraw trust money from a general trust...

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Living Law: On the ball
Living Law: On the ball

 Karin Derkley 01 Oct 2016

Chief Examiner Steve McBurney is used to making tough calls – on and off the field. There are one or two similarities between being Chief Examiner and a footy umpire, says Steve McBurney..

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Food/Wine/Coffee
Food/Wine/Coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Vollereaux is a sixth generation family-owned Champagne house established in 1805 and boasts 40 hectares of pristine vineyards around Epernay in the heart of the Champagne region of France...

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With all due respect: Wrestling with decorum
With all due respect: Wrestling with decorum

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Lawyer self-promotion is tricky. There’s an old saying that “it pays to advertise”. I think it was coined by someone selling advertising...

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Wellbeing: From helplessness to resilience
Wellbeing: From helplessness to resilience

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

There is a role for optimism and pessimism in the legal profession. In this column in July I wrote of a reason to be optimistic regarding the future of wellbeing in the legal profession...

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Inside stories: Courtroom drama
Inside stories: Courtroom drama

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

An educational program run by the National Trust brings teenagers into contact with the law. Walking into Melbourne’s Old Magistrates’ Court, you find yourself in the middle of what sounds exactly like a County Court culpable driving trial...

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