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When tax needs to be raised
When tax needs to be raised

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Mar 2017

Do you help your clients make informed choices about tax issues? Every year the Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee receives notice of claims...

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Win win for venues
Win win for venues

 Brendan Lacota 01 Mar 2017

Regulation and harm minimisation measures continue to focus on the gamblers themselves. There are around 125,000 problem gamblers in Australia and many more at risk of becoming problem gamblers...

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Work in progress – Gadens Melbourne
Work in progress – Gadens Melbourne

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2017

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. David Smith, Partner: Works 45 hours a fortnight. Kirsten Ganley, Partner...

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Mentoring Q&A
Mentoring Q&A

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2017

Why be a mentor? I have had wonderful mentors both as a student and now as a practitioner and I think it is important to pay that forward and mentor younger people...

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New admissions
New admissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2017

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 8 of November 2016. The LIJ welcomes them to the profession...

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On the move
On the move

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2017

Administrative Appeals Tribunal: Danica Buljan, Anna Burke, Alison Murphy and Kim Parker have been appointed to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal...

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How to quit
How to quit

 Thomas Hobbs 01 Mar 2017

Before making a move, be clear that resigning is in your best interests. As a legal recruiter I am constantly advising lawyers on the resignation process. For most lawyers there is a sense...

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Age of congestion
Age of congestion

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2017

The world’s most liveable city loosens its belt. There’s a simple question that enables you to work out the age of a Melbourne resident. Are you old enough to remember when you...

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Defending old court houses
Defending old court houses

 Norrie Ross 01 Mar 2017

Victoria’s legal history is closely tied to its many historic court houses. The fire that ravaged the historic Moonee Ponds court house in June last year is a reminder...

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2017

For decades the winemakers of Rutherglen have been in search of a great white wine grape for their region. It was a bit of a trial until they happened upon not one, but three...

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Motivation matters
Motivation matters

 Mark Lee 01 Mar 2017

Knowing your values can improve your capacity to persevere on long-term professional projects. With summer holidays behind us, now is a good time to talk about sustaining motivation...

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Exchange brings rewards
Exchange brings rewards

 Carolyn Ford 01 Mar 2017

For Federal Court judge Mordecai Bromberg promoting human rights and the rule of law is close to home. From small things, big things grow. That is true of the human rights movement...

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Jan/Feb LIJ flipbook
Jan/Feb LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2017

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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Into the future: the ultimate joy ride
Into the future: the ultimate joy ride

 Katie Minogue 01 Feb 2017

Complex legal and ethical issues are just some of the challenges faced as autonomous vehicles take to the road. Picture this...

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What’s mine is yours
What’s mine is yours

 Will Stidston 01 Feb 2017

Practitioners must carefully consider the nature and extent of post-separation contributions and not place greater weight on those of a purely financial nature...

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