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Data driven legal assistance
Data driven legal assistance

 Karin Derkley 15 Jul 2020

Who uses legal assistance services and why is being explored by Victoria Law Foundation In the first stage of a data mapping project of the state's civil justice system...

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Homeless court would address issues underlying offences, LIV
Homeless court would address issues underlying offences, LIV

 Karin Derkley 07 Jul 2020

A specialty homeless court would help homeless offenders escape the "cyclical vortex" that shunts them between services, crisis accommodation and prison, LIV Criminal Law Section co-chair Melinda Walker told a parliamentary inquiry last week...

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July LIJ online edition
July LIJ online edition

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2020

Welcome to the July LIJ online edition. You can click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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From the president: LIV members make a difference
From the president: LIV members make a difference

 Sam Pandya 01 Jul 2020

We should be proud our advocacy has resulted in critical emergency reforms.

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2020

I write to register my unequivocal opposition to the proposal that solicitors should be able to charge contingency fees in class actions...

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Transition: Law firms plot the road back to ‘normal’
Transition: Law firms plot the road back to ‘normal’

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2020

Four Victorian firms reveal how they are managing remotely and the shifting challenges of returning to the office under COVID-19...

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Diversity: LIV welcomes 13-group network
Diversity: LIV welcomes 13-group network

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jul 2020

Special interest law associations are coming together to promote inclusion of members from different cultural backgrounds at all levels of the profession.

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Opinion: The tech genie is out
Opinion: The tech genie is out

 Fabian Horton 01 Jul 2020

The courts and legal profession have much to gain from experiencing the benefits of technology during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Ethical dilemmas: Navigating your way
Ethical dilemmas: Navigating your way

 Donna Cooper 01 Jul 2020

Ethical dilemmas are unavoidable in daily legal practice and resolving them before they blow up is critical. This article suggests a roadmap for navigating issues and provides examples of common predicaments.

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Professional conduct: The obligation of courtesy
Professional conduct: The obligation of courtesy

 Richard Fleming 01 Jul 2020

Practitioners have a duty to be courteous in all dealings in the course of legal practice.

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Victorian Legal Services Commissioner: Handling complaints
Victorian Legal Services Commissioner: Handling complaints

 Stephen Warne 01 Jul 2020

Twelve questions a practitioner should ask when receiving a Victorian Legal Services Commissioner complaint.

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Contract law and statute: Good faith negotiations
Contract law and statute: Good faith negotiations

 Bryan Horrigan and Nicholas Young 01 Jul 2020

Obligations to negotiate in good faith are increasingly common and the precise scope and content of such obligations is under the spotlight. The enforceability of these obligations will be heavily influenced by the contractual context.

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Legal capacity: Front of mind
Legal capacity: Front of mind

 Michael Lombard 01 Jul 2020

Practitioners should be aware of the legal capacity of their clients and understand that while they may have capacity for one proceeding, they may not for another. 

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Search warrants: Don’t panic
Search warrants: Don’t panic

 Michael Dolan 01 Jul 2020

A solicitor must remember their professional responsibilities and ethical duties to their client when served with a search and seizure warrant.

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 David Kelsey-Sugg 01 Jul 2020

Sexual offences against children – appeal against conviction by jury.

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