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Body worn camera scheme fails accountability test
Body worn camera scheme fails accountability test

 Karin Derkley 03 Sep 2018

Body cameras will be worn by 11,000 Victorian police by 2020, but it will be up to individual officers to decide when to turn them on or off...

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September LIJ flipbook
September LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 03 Sep 2018

Welcome to the September LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services an d upcoming events and advertising...

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Unpacking the technology question
Unpacking the technology question

 Fabian Horton 03 Sep 2018

In a technology immersed world, it is vital that lawyers have an appropriate level of technology literacy...

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A hot topic
A hot topic

 Julian Webb and Judith Bennett 03 Sep 2018

As automated legal advice tools become more complex, so do the issues regarding their regulation...

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A virtual problem
A virtual problem

 Adam Wakeling 03 Sep 2018

Virtual property is providing challenges for executors, but law reform should assist...

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Why lawyers should care
Why lawyers should care

 Matthew Southwell 03 Sep 2018

The emergence of the blockchain provides a medium for smart contracts to operate efficiently and securely. This article explores the industries adopting smart contracts, how the law may interpret them, and some cautionary tales...

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Understanding smart contracts
Understanding smart contracts

 Adam Lodders 03 Sep 2018

While there are still technical challenges to overcome, an increase in smart contracts should see an increase in demand for lawyers...

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Electronic contracts in Victoria
Electronic contracts in Victoria

 Philip Barton and Emma Duke 03 Sep 2018

Caselaw has considered the signing and making of electronic contracts and contractual terms...

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What tech tools can offer you
What tech tools can offer you

 Karin Derkley 03 Sep 2018

Today's legal tech tools are providing lawyers with ways to scale up their offerings, solve problems and streamline processes...

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Towards a sense of fair pay
Towards a sense of fair pay

 Carolyn Ford 03 Sep 2018

A VWL survey this month will find out what firms are doing about the 29.7 per cent gender pay gap in legal services...

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LIV HQ on the move
LIV HQ on the move

 Belinda Wilson 03 Sep 2018

The LIV is moving to a new home at 140 William Street in the heart of Melbourne’s legal precinct, offering modern facilities and services for members...

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If Texas can why can’t we?
If Texas can why can’t we?

 Deborah Glass 03 Sep 2018

Justice reinvestment cut crime and spending on prisons in Texas. In Victoria, prison numbers continue to grow...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 03 Sep 2018

In the late 1960s, long before the advent of the Family Court, maintenance cases were heard in the Magistrates’ Courts. Along with crash-and-bash, and squabbles before magistrates over...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 03 Sep 2018

Photographs from the LIV Criminal Law Conference, the African Australian Legal Network launch and more...

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High court judgments
High court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 03 Sep 2018

In Minogue v Victoria [2018] HCA 27 (20 June 2018) the High Court held that s74AAA of the Corrections Act 1986 (Vic) does not apply to the plaintiff...

 

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