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Revolutionary Road
Revolutionary Road

 Norrie Ross Sep 2017

As Chief Justice Warren prepared to leave the position in October she spoke about her time as Chief Justice, the state of the profession and the challenges that lie ahead...

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Victoria Leads On Human Rights
Victoria Leads On Human Rights

 George Williams & Daniel Reynolds Sep 2017

Many Australians believe our nation already has a national bill of rights, and yet Australia is the only democratic nation without one. It’s time Australia had a Charter of Rights...

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Federal Court Judgments
Federal Court Judgments

 Dan Star QC Sep 2017

Dan Star QC on Consumer Law Cases on the question of representations made in trade or commerce, representations to specific individuals or the public and reliance in the case of omissions...

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Family Law Judgments
Family Law Judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright Sep 2017

Robert Glade-Wright on Family Law Judgments including the Hague Child Abduction Convention, Property and International commercial surrogacy...

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Supreme Court Judgments
Supreme Court Judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt Sep 2017

Professor Greg Reinhardt on the Supreme Court Judgment concerning a caveat lodged in support of a charge executed by one of two joint proprietors, the first respondent, in respect of his interest in certain land...

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Legislation Update
Legislation Update

 Law Institute of Victoria Sep 2017

Legislation Update for Victoria and the Commonwealth as at 17 July 2017...

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Practice Notes
Practice Notes

 Peter Lauritsen, Chief Magistrate Sep 2017

Magistrates' Court of Victoria Practice Direction No. 9 of 2017 commencing 14 August 2017 – Criminal Diversion Program: Diversion of Koori Accused before their Elders and Respected Persons...

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In_Sites
In_Sites

 Law Institute of Victoria Sep 2017

Online Reviews

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In_Prints
In_Prints

 Law Institute of Victoria Sep 2017

This month’s books cover trademark oppositions, Federal Court legislation, ethics in legal practice, restitution and dispute resolution...

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In_Reference
In_Reference

 Law Institute of Victoria Sep 2017

Books, multimedia, seminar papers and articles...

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Charging For Access To Justice
Charging For Access To Justice

 Gino Dal Pont Sep 2017

Access to justice has increasingly become a catch-cry that the legal profession has been invited to address. Professional discipline for overcharging nonetheless remains as a critical vehicle to police illegitimate impediments in this regard...

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Neighbourhood Watch
Neighbourhood Watch

 Victorian Legal Reform Committee Sep 2017

The VLRC is reviewing neighbourhood tree disputes as a community law reform project. It aims to make recommendations that bring clarity, certainty and guidance...

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Lodging A Caveat
Lodging A Caveat

 Russell Cocks Sep 2017

While a caveat is a reasonably simple form to complete and lodge, care must be exercised in its preparation, particularly in completing three categories: statement, estate and prohibition...

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Video Conferencing Risks
Video Conferencing Risks

 Legal Practitioners' Liability Committee Sep 2017

Video conferencing is a prime example of changing technology affecting the way lawyers do business, but there are risk management issues to consider when using video conferencing...

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Clarifying Costs Orders
Clarifying Costs Orders

 Guy Donovan Sep 2017

Claiming costs in a pro bono matter can be problematic due to the indemnity principle, that is, costs cannot be awarded in favour of a party unless they have an obligation to pay their lawyer’s fees...

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