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Blue sky opportunity
Blue sky opportunity

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2016

Chief Justice Marilyn Warren forecasts more class actions, expansion of ADR and tribunal jurisdictions, greater judicial control and transformation of the courts by technology in the future...

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100-plus ways to improve A2J
100-plus ways to improve A2J

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2016

The LIV has identified 104 ways to help deliver access to justice for Victorians including online dispute resolution, contingency fees, legal expense insurance and fixed prices...

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Commonwealth Law Conference
Commonwealth Law Conference

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2016

The 20th Commonwealth Law Conference is to be held 19-23 March 2017 and will be hosted by the LIV. About 1000 legal professionals are expected to attend the event at the Melbourne Convention Centre and there will be...

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Chief Crown Prosecutor on CCOs
Chief Crown Prosecutor on CCOs

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2016

Chief Crown Prosecutor Gavin Silbert QC has been reported saying community corrections orders (CCOs), introduced by the previous state government to replace suspended sentences, don’t work and immediate law reform...

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Unlocking thinking on prisons
Unlocking thinking on prisons

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2016

With each prisoner costing $100,000 a year to incarcerate, and 99 per cent of prisoners eventually being released from prison, many to reoffend, new thinking is needed about how to deal with offenders, a forum held by the Centre...

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Getting to yes sooner
Getting to yes sooner

 Steve White 01 Apr 2016

A preliminary phone conference between the mediator and the parties is just one way of reaching a resolution sooner. In 1991, as part of a “how to sell course” I undertook while working for IBM, I was given a copy of Fisher and Ury’s...

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The merit of NPV
The merit of NPV

 Alexandra Fogarty 01 Apr 2016

Monetary and other costs will have a major influence on whether to settle for a discounted amount at mediation. A simple net present value formula can help with the decision-making. Many lawyers will glaze over...

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Technology in mediation
Technology in mediation

 Nussen Ainsworth and Meghann Clark 01 Apr 2016

While technology will not replace the role of the mediator, there are technological tools that practitioners can use to support their existing practice. Online dispute resolution (ODR) is a lesser known tool under the... 

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A healthy environment
A healthy environment

 Tim McFarlane 01 Apr 2016

Practical factors, including the choice of venue and seating arrangements, are often overlooked but can greatly assist in achieving a successful mediation. Several years ago the University of Melbourne... 

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Ready, Set, Go
Ready, Set, Go

 Jonathan Kaplan 01 Apr 2016

Thoroughly preparing yourself and your client for mediation and adopting a conversational rather than adversarial role could be the key to a successful mediation. Some time ago, a solicitor marched into a...

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Just no choice
Just no choice

 John Sharkey 01 Apr 2016

Five judgments have been delivered to date concerning s8 of the Commercial Arbitration Act 2011. They provide guidance on the prospects of court proceedings being halted with the parties left to arbitrate their disputes...

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The paramount duty
The paramount duty

 Jessica Andreacchio 01 Apr 2016

The Legal Profession Uniform Law Australian Solicitors' Conduct Rules 2015 set out various duties that lawyers should be aware of. Throughout the mediation process, a lawyer must first be an officer of the court and then...  

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E-conveyancing: what you need to know
E-conveyancing: what you need to know

 Simon Libbis 01 Jan 2015

Before you rush headlong into the electronic future there are a number of things you should know about e-conveyancing. Here are the top 10...

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Introducing e-settlement
Introducing e-settlement

 Russell Cocks 01 Dec 2014

Early adopters can feel comfortable with an electronic conveyancing special condition. The much anticipated arrival of e-conveyancing, at least in relation to settlement, is upon us with...

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Who are you? Prove it
Who are you? Prove it

 Simon Libbis and Prue Long 01 Oct 2014

Conveyancing clients need to sign documents. In the electronic world practitioners will check and certify the identity of clients, thus needing a detailed knowledge of the requirements...

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