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Bits and Blocks
Bits and Blocks

 Caroline Jones Sep 2017

Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt many industries. The landscape is constantly shifting as diverse stakeholders explore its potential uses. There are good reasons why lawyers should take notice of blockchain technology...

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The Weakest Link
The Weakest Link

 Ian Bloomfield Sep 2017

Passwords are a vital element of cyber security, but now even strong passwords are not enough for cloud applications. Learn how to take action and improve your cyber security...

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Into The Future
Into The Future

 Julian Lambert Sep 2017

With technology and the Court system, there is a gap between what is available, what many lawyers are willing to utilise and what governments will fund...

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Opportunity Knocks
Opportunity Knocks

 Katie Miller Sep 2017

Technology is delivering legal services while lawyers think. With this comes the opportunity for change – automated legal services are not simply digital replicas of analogue legal services...

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Tips and Traps for Apps
Tips and Traps for Apps

 Peter Moran Sep 2017

Computers are quickly changing the way practitioners go about their work, especially in the world of drafting, negotiation and execution of contracts...

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Tech Competency: A New Standard
Tech Competency: A New Standard

 Fabian Horton Sep 2017

A thorough knowledge of technology is becoming necessary for Australian legal practitioners. More courts are expecting it and much of modern law uses it...

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New Era Begins
New Era Begins

 Belinda Wilson Sep 2017

The appointment of Justice Anne Ferguson as the new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria is welcomed by the LIV...

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No Increases Justified
No Increases Justified

 Nerida Wallace Sep 2017

Increases in practising certificate fees are still on the agenda. The formal Regulatory Impact Statement should be available as you read this...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute of Victoria Sep 2017

Salute to 21 top tier women...

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How Secure Is Your Firm?
How Secure Is Your Firm?

 Karin Derkley Sep 2017

The buck stops with law firm partners when it comes to cyber security. Partners are personally liable for any damaging cyber attacks...

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Solving The Mysteries Of Design Thinking
Solving The Mysteries Of Design Thinking

 Greg Tucker Sep 2017

Design thinking has found its way into common usage, however it is not easy to grasp, let alone apply. Maurice Blackburn Chairman Litigation Funding Greg Tucker examines a new approach to problem solving...

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When Disaster Strikes
When Disaster Strikes

 Sam Pandya Sep 2017

LIV Council Member Sam Pandya has learned from experience to have a backup plan in place. Learn about cloud storage options and the resources needed for up to five computers...

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Legal Innovation
Legal Innovation

 Brennan Ong Sep 2017

What can we learn from the digitisation of law libraries that will help us peer into the future of the modern legal industry?...

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What Is Document Automation?
What Is Document Automation?

 Peter Wu Sep 2017

Adopters of automation stand to reap benefits far exceeding implementation costs. It enables integration with external systems to populate data and practice group information...

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Notifiable Data Breaches
Notifiable Data Breaches

 Adam Wakeling Sep 2017

The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 makes it mandatory to report eligible data breaches to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and affected individuals. It takes effect on 22 February 2018 unless proclaimed sooner...

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