Select from any of the filters or enter a search term
Calendar
Calendar
Anti-gang laws target young and marginalised
Anti-gang laws target young and marginalised

 Karin Derkley 25 Jul 2018

New laws introduced by the Victorian state government could send people as young as 14 to prison for up to three years for associating with someone convicted of a serious offence...

More navigate_next

African-Australian lawyers' network launched
African-Australian lawyers' network launched

 Karin Derkley 23 Jul 2018

Lawyers and law students from one of Australia's newest migrant communities have launched a network to provide support and establish stronger links with the wider legal community...

More navigate_next

Mandatory sentencing podcast
Mandatory sentencing podcast

 Law Institute Journal 20 Jul 2018

How appropriate is mandatory sentencing? The Victorian Government has taken another step towards mandatory sentencing which will see Victorians found guilty of assaulting paramedics, police and other emergency and health workers...

More navigate_next

Taking legal services to communities
Taking legal services to communities

 Karin Derkley 13 Jul 2018

Bringing together Aboriginal women for a day of pampering and activities is how Djirra, formerly the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention & Legal Service Victoria, gets its message out about its legal services...

More navigate_next

Treaty process a 'big step forward'
Treaty process a 'big step forward'

 Karin Derkley 12 Jul 2018

Legislation that has started the process towards a treaty with Aboriginal Victorians is a huge step forward for the community, says Victoria Legal Aid associate director of Aboriginal Services Meena Singh.

More navigate_next

0

Community no better off, despite more prisoners: Ombudsman
Community no better off, despite more prisoners: Ombudsman

 Karin Derkley 10 Jul 2018

Victoria has more prisoners at greater expense, no drop in crime or recidivism and the community feels less safe, says lawyer Tania Wolff commenting on...

More navigate_next

Child sex abuse survivors may go empty-handed
Child sex abuse survivors may go empty-handed

 Karin Derkley 02 Jul 2018

Ending up with nothing is a possibility for survivors of child sexual abuse due to conditions of the national redress scheme...

More navigate_next

0

July LIJ flipbook
July LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

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

More navigate_next

Not fair game
Not fair game

 Rebecca Neophitou 02 Jul 2018

ACCC v JJ Richards is the first successful prosecution involving unfair terms in small business contracts. It is likely to have a significant impact on commercial practices...

More navigate_next

It’s about the BEAR
It’s about the BEAR

 Tracey Mylecharane 02 Jul 2018

Could the Banking Executive Accountability Regime be the next important step in corporate law?...

More navigate_next

0

Be clear or face the music
Be clear or face the music

 Grant Lubofsky 02 Jul 2018

A recent Supreme Court decision highlights the need for careful and precise drafting of terms of settlement and clear communication between parties at mediation...

More navigate_next

A pragmatic view
A pragmatic view

 Elena Tsalanidis 02 Jul 2018

The Victorian Court of Appeal recently considered whether someone can be a stepchild of their biological parent’s de facto partner...

More navigate_next

Who gives way at the crossroads?
Who gives way at the crossroads?

 Andrew Field and Michael Rancie 02 Jul 2018

Should civil proceedings be stayed when an accused is also facing criminal proceedings?...

More navigate_next

Celebrating legal achievement
Celebrating legal achievement

 Karin Derkley 02 Jul 2018

The 14th annual Victorian Legal Awards recognised the great work done by many Victorian lawyers...

More navigate_next

Where are they now?
Where are they now?

 Karin Derkley 02 Jul 2018

In the second part of a series started two years ago, the LIJ catches up with four young lawyers to see how they are faring in their careers...

More navigate_next

Displaying results 46-60 (of 1451)
 |<  <  1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10  >  >|