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Family Law Judgments
Family Law Judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright 01 Feb 2017

In Parke & The Estate of the Late A Parke [2016] FamCAFC 248 (24 November 2016) the husband appealed the setting aside of a financial agreement by Judge Howard...

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Supreme Court Judgments
Supreme Court Judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Feb 2017

Stevens v Spotless Management Services Pty Ltd [2016] VSCA 299 (unreported, 30 November 2016, S APCI 2016 0016, Kyrou and McLeish JJA and Elliott AJA)...

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In_reference
In_reference

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2017

LIV Members may borrow library material for 14 days, with a one week renewal available unless reserved by a member. Items can be collected from the library, posted...

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In_sites
In_sites

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2017

LIV – PC fee increase: The Victorian Legal Services Board + Commissioner is reviewing practising certificate fees and may recommend a significant increase...

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In_print
In_print

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2017

This month’s books cover Gordon Lewis’ memoir, victim impact statements, migration law, workplace sexual harassment of rural women, copyright and pro bono practice...

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December LIJ flipbook
December LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2016

Welcome to the December 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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What’s in a name?
What’s in a name?

 Neil Brown QC 01 Dec 2016

With the increase in technology, domain names are becoming more valuable. Arbitration is an effective and economical way to resolve disputes concerning their ownership...

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Debt and distress
Debt and distress

 Brian Kennedy 01 Dec 2016

The Farm Debt Mediation Act establishes a compulsory mediation scheme requiring mortgagees to offer farmers a mediation before commencing enforcement action, but there is room for improvement...

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Statistically speaking
Statistically speaking

 Catherine Jeffreys 01 Dec 2016

Being able to access accurate and up-to-date sentencing statistics benefits the legal profession. Since its inception in 2004, the Sentencing Advisory Council (SAC) has used a variety of ways to circulate sentencing...

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No ‘get out of jail free’ card
No ‘get out of jail free’ card

 Harry Venice 01 Dec 2016

The judgment of Boulton has provided a guideline for using CCOs in sentencing and is consistent with subsequent decisions of the Victorian Court of Appeal. Boulton v The Queen (Boulton)1 is a guideline...

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Don’t bank on it
Don’t bank on it

 John Eldridge and Fiona Cameron 01 Dec 2016

There is still uncertainty regarding the rule against penalties for commercial parties seeking to contract on contingent liabilities. The High Court recently delivered its decision in the final instalment of...

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A look back
A look back

 Steven Sapountsis 01 Dec 2016

It has been a privilege to serve the profession this year. At the start of the year, I contemplated what a voluntary professional association can offer solicitors who come from very different backgrounds...

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Justice for all
Justice for all

 Nerida Wallace 01 Dec 2016

The LIV stands for justice for all. A strong justice system takes into account community safety and fairness. All must be heard including community members that stand in judgment on juries, victims, judges and the accused...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2016

In the present debate relating to marriage equality, it appears to me that the actual import of the sought amendment to the Marriage Act 1961 will mean very little indeed. What legal effect does the Act actually provide...

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Operation public confidence
Operation public confidence

 Carolyn Ford 01 Dec 2016

After a damning report in 2013 that resulted in a forensic overhaul, the Adult Parole Board is determined to restore faith in the system. APB chair Peter Couzens has a big job ahead of him...

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