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Office party alert
Office party alert

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2016

The so-called festive season is here. You know the phrase “there are two types of people in the world”? It is usually followed by a statement such as "those who simplify...

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Reasons to be grateful
Reasons to be grateful

 Mark Lee 01 Dec 2016

Gratitude can help build a resilience toolkit that we can call on during stressful times. I’m often surprised at the circumstances under which people express gratitude...

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Curator’s double act
Curator’s double act

 Karin Derkley 01 Dec 2016

Lawyer Adam Bushby’s passion for art has enhanced his career. There are plenty of lawyers with interests and passions outside the law, but fewer who get the chance to combine their extra-curricular...

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November LIJ flipbook
November LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Welcome to the November 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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Total control or exclusive possession?
Total control or exclusive possession?

 Bill Swannie 01 Nov 2016

A recent Supreme Court decision shows that certain home sharing arrangements may be grounds for eviction under the Residential Tenancies Act, however there is still much uncertainty for tenants and their guests...

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Revenge porn: Is it time for a statutory privacy tort?
Revenge porn: Is it time for a statutory privacy tort?

 Roshaan S Raina 01 Nov 2016

Should a federal tort for an interference in privacy be established to provide mechanisms for victims to deal...

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Certified organic
Certified organic

 Joel Silver 01 Nov 2016

The case of Marsh v Baxter has placed the onus on organic farmers to take precautions against contamination from established neighbours. Food labelled organic attracts a higher price and consumers can be motivated to pay...

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Transforming lives
Transforming lives

 Adele Katzew 01 Nov 2016

Access to treatment has improved for children who suffer from gender dysphoria, but there are still some unnecessary hurdles. Many children who identify as transgender experience gender dysphoria...

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Expanding the net
Expanding the net

 Peter Sise 01 Nov 2016

The unfair contract term provisions will now extend to small business contracts. Part 2-3 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) contains provisions addressing unfair contract terms (UCT provisions)...

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International connections
International connections

 Steven Sapountsis 01 Nov 2016

This year I have attended the opening of the legal year in Hong Kong and the UK. The LIV receives many invitations to international meetings, including those of the International Bar Association (IBA) and the...

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Join in
Join in

 Nerida Wallace 01 Nov 2016

Keep up to date by attending an LIV section AGM. The LIV legal policy sections are hosting annual general meetings this month at the LIV and via video teleconference. I invite you to attend an AGM and...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Brexit – traditional divorce or collaborative law? As someone who grew up in England and remains a British citizen, I’ve been paying close attention to Brexit. The consequences of the referendum in favour of the UK leaving the...

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Electronic conversion of paper titles raises concern
Electronic conversion of paper titles raises concern

 Steven Sapountsis 01 Nov 2016

The phasing out of paper certificates of title and the conversion of those titles to electronic certificates of title has concerned the LIV...

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Child protection reforms bring abuse risk
Child protection reforms bring abuse risk

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Changes to child protection laws have taken Victoria back to an outdated and discredited model of child welfare that risks repeating the abuse of children in out-of-home care that was rife in the 1960s, the LIV has argued...

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Links with Muslim legal network strengthened
Links with Muslim legal network strengthened

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

The LIV has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU)with the Muslim Legal Network (MLN), formalising an association with the group...

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