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Scandal puts ethics in focus
Scandal puts ethics in focus

 Arthur Moses SC 01 Jun 2019

Client professional privilege must be respected...

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Lawyers on the campaign trail
Lawyers on the campaign trail

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2019

Victorian solicitors and barristers took to the streets as candidates in the federal election...

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Food, wine, coffee
Food, wine, coffee

 Law Institute of Victoria 01 Jun 2019

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne...

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Vegetarian with the lot
Vegetarian with the lot

 WADR 01 Jun 2019

What is it about the human relationship with food that causes so much controversy and discussion nowadays?...

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Take the pressure off
Take the pressure off

 Claire Walczak and Phoebe Blank 01 Jun 2019

Building resilience is important for lawyers...

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Staying the distance
Staying the distance

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2019

Law has never stopped being interesting for Tom Callander in the 50 years he has been with Rigby Cooke...

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In_Print
In_Print

 Law Institute Journal 30 May 2019

This month’s books cover agricultural law, the law of politics, drafting trusts and historical fiction...

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Suppression orders protect innocent accused
Suppression orders protect innocent accused

 Karin Derkley 21 May 2019

Proposed changes to suppression laws are “reactive nonsense”, and accused people found innocent may be harmed if it becomes harder for courts to stop media identifying them during a trial...
 

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Law Week shows how legal profession can serve community
Law Week shows how legal profession can serve community

 Karin Derkley 09 May 2019

Law Week is as much an opportunity for the legal profession to learn how to better serve the community as it is about educating the community about the legal system...

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Lawyers go to jail to help at-risk kids
Lawyers go to jail to help at-risk kids

 Karin Derkley 07 May 2019

Lawyers are being called on to get locked up for a night along with the LIV CEO Adam Awty and LIV Young Lawyers members at this year's Whitelion Bail Out event...

 

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Legal Services Commissioner cracks down on sexual harassment in firms
Legal Services Commissioner cracks down on sexual harassment in firms

 Karin Derkley 01 May 2019

Law firms can no longer assume they will get away with sexual harassment and bad behaviour towards women...

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May LIJ flipbook
May LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2019

Welcome to the May 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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Time to rethink conveyancing
Time to rethink conveyancing

 Justin Toohey 01 May 2019

Using the profession’s experience to better understand the key drivers of conveyancing claims can provide important learning and help identify areas for improvement in a firm’s systems and resourcing...

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Section 32 statements: the basics
Section 32 statements: the basics

 Heather Hibberd and Phillip Nolan 01 May 2019

It takes practice, underpinned by sound risk management, to complete a satisfactory section 32 statement. What practitioners often get wrong – and how to avoid it.

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Taxing times in conveyancing
Taxing times in conveyancing

 Heather Hibberd and Phillip Nolan 01 May 2019

All conveyancing practitioners need to have a basic understanding of tax issues to at least alert clients there may be a problem and send them off for more expert advice...

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