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Access to justice: Remote hearings – the new normal?
Access to justice: Remote hearings – the new normal?

 Chirag Patel 01 Dec 2020

In the wake of COVID-19, the courts have become adept at conducting hearings online. However, Chirag Patel believes their future use should be limited to ensure access to justice is not compromised. 

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Family law: A precedent for unprecedented times
Family law: A precedent for unprecedented times

 Radu Catrina 01 Dec 2020

How the Family Law Courts have treated the continued operation of, and frequent non-compliance with, parenting orders in the wake of COVID-19.

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Workplace law: Overzealous control or reasonable and lawful – workplace law in the  digital age
Workplace law: Overzealous control or reasonable and lawful – workplace law in the digital age

 Tessa van Duyn 01 Dec 2020

Recent high profile cases tell a cautionary tale to employers and employees about public comment and expressing personal views in the course of employment.

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2020 LIJ legal features index
2020 LIJ legal features index

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2020

An index of the 2020 LIJ legal features...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Dr Michelle Sharpe 01 Dec 2020

Delegation and agency – what’s the difference? Quite a lot according to Nettle and Edelman JJ.

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Anthony Lo Surdo SC and Theresa Power 01 Dec 2020

Migration – cancellation of visa under s501(3A) of the Migration Act (Cth) on character grounds – judicial review – requirement for decision-maker to engage in an ‘honest confrontation’ with the consequences of removal

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Dec 2020

Treatment of deed of gift – Majority of High Court reaffirms wide discretion of trial judge 

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Dr Michael Taylor 01 Dec 2020

Criminal law – bail pending appeal – exceptional circumstances

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Legislation Update
Legislation Update

 LIV Library 01 Dec 2020

New Victorian 2020 assents, regulations and bills, and Commonwealth 2020 assents, regulations  and bills.

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2020

Law Institute of Victoria: COVID-19 Hub – www.liv.asn.au/COVID19, LIV FAQs and Family Court of Australia and Federal Circuit Court of Australia: Notice of child abuse, family violence or risk.

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In_Sites
In_Sites

 LIV Library 01 Dec 2020

Australian Government Style Manual, 7th edition, Melbourne Law School – Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, Sentencing Advisory Council: Children Held on Remand in Victoria report, Upskill my business, House of Representatives Infosheets and Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee website.

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In_Print
In_Print

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2020

This month’s books cover war criminals, selected essays and speeches of the Hon Robert French, Mark Leibler’s life, true crime, crime fiction, a lawyer’s journey in Papua New Guinea and Victor Windeyer’s legacy.

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In_Reference
In_Reference

  LIV Library 01 Dec 2020

Online resources, articles, Lexis Red and CCH eBooks available at the LIV library.

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Ethics Committee rulings: Client documents
Ethics Committee rulings: Client documents

 LIV Ethics Committee 01 Dec 2020

Ethical dilemmas are part of everyday practice for solicitors. The Ethics Committee is available to help.

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Ethics: Solicitor as material witness – a duty to the court
Ethics: Solicitor as material witness – a duty to the court

 Michael Dolan and Carly Erwin 01 Dec 2020

Where a solicitor is to be called as a material witness in a matter in which they are currently on the record, it is imperative to consider carefully whether ethical obligations permit that solicitor to continue to act.

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