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LIV Advocacy
LIV Advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

LIV president Steven Sapountsis and LIV CEO Nerida Wallace met with Thomas More Law School dean Professor Rocque Reynolds to discuss legal education in Victoria, including the LIV submission regarding legal education in Australia, and encouragement and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples studying law...

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LIV Council
LIV Council

 LIV Council 01 Jul 2016

The LIV Council meets each month to consider issues of importance to members, the legal profession and the community. At the 19 May meeting, Council considered...

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Law Council of Australia
Law Council of Australia

 Stuart Clark 01 Jul 2016

Given that the Act of 2001 is essentially the same as its predecessor, the Corporations Law of 1991, it means we are operating under legislation that is now effectively 25 years old...

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LIV Trust accounts
LIV Trust accounts

 Marco Zanon 01 Jul 2016

It is important to clarify the requirements in relation to electronic funds transfer (EFT) payments from a law practice’s general trust account...

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Inside stories
Inside stories

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2016

For law librarian and inveterate sketcher Alissa Duke, working at the Supreme Court library is as satisfying artistically as it is professionally. In a previous corporate environment, she used to escape at lunchtimes to draw inspiration...

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Food/Wine/Coffee
Food/Wine/Coffee

 Alister Purbrick & Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2016

Franklin Tate is synonymous with wines from Margaret River. He has sourced this cabernet from low yielding blocks and it shows typical regional aromas of ripe berries and a distinct dry herbal tone. A rich full bodied wine...

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With all due respect
With all due respect

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

Bob is not a fan of the justice system, going by lines like “false hearted judges dying in the webs they spin”, but a legal scholar worked out that his lyrics have been cited nearly 200 times in judgments of American courts...

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Wellbeing
Wellbeing

 Mark Lee 01 Jul 2016

Each year intellectually curious, passionate and gritty individuals enter law schools with great optimism about future careers in an important profession. Law students start law school reporting levels of wellbeing...

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Beyond the law
Beyond the law

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2016

Running an artisan bakery on a Western District farm might seem as remote as it gets from working in a top tier law firm in Melbourne’s CBD. But according to Irrewarra Sourdough Bakery’s Bronwynne...

 

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June LIJ flipbook
June LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2016

Welcome to the June LIJ flipbook. Legal features include Law, technology and new ethics, Supercharge business development,  Strategy is more important than technology, A matter of meaning ...

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Law, technology and new ethics
Law, technology and new ethics

 Fabian Horton 01 Jun 2016

As technology develops and more decisions are made by machines, lawyers could be forgiven for thinking that many aspects of ethics will fade away. But with these new technologies come new ethical challenges and opportunities...

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Supercharge business development
Supercharge business development

 Laura Vickers 01 Jun 2016

An active online presence is important for all lawyers seeking to future-proof their business. And content marketing should be the bedrock of a lawyer’s digital strategy...

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Strategy is more important than technology
Strategy is more important than technology

 Ian Bloomfield 01 Jun 2016

Legal firms need a vision. Having a business strategy and an IT strategy are starting points for achieving that vision and will enable firms to determine their technology needs and priorities...

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A matter of meaning
A matter of meaning

 Stephen Jones 01 Jun 2016

In September 2015, the ACT Supreme Court directed that a defendant be acquitted on a charge of using Facebook Messenger as an electronic means to make or send pornographic material to a young person...

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A helping hand
A helping hand

 Katie Miller and Jason Leonard 01 Jun 2016

Technology has been changing the legal profession for decades – tape archives in the 1980s, online case and legislation databases in the 1990s, electronic discovery in the 2000s...

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