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Sunset conditions
Sunset conditions

 Russell Cocks 02 Jul 2018

Off-the-plan sales are a common feature of Victorian conveyancing. The fact the contract cannot be settled until the plan of subdivision is registered at Land Victoria means the settlement date is uncertain...

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How health partnerships can uncover abuse
How health partnerships can uncover abuse

 Yvonne Lipianin 02 Jul 2018

An admission to hospital can be an important window of opportunity for an older person to disclose abuse, as it may be the only time they are separated from the perpetrator...

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Use mediation to grow your practice
Use mediation to grow your practice

 Rebecca Carroll-Bell 02 Jul 2018

Mediation should be considered early and often in disputes large and small. Here are three reasons to use mediation more often and how it can help grow your practice...

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Getting inside the client’s head
Getting inside the client’s head

 Judith Bennett 02 Jul 2018

Successful marketing aligns with clients’ needs and wants. However, many law firms tend to rely on traditional methods and assumptions that are no longer working well...

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Homelessness and women
Homelessness and women

 Vanessa Shambrook 02 Jul 2018

One of the main reasons women are at risk is related to gender-based economic and financial inequality...

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Dig for gold
Dig for gold

 Julissa Shrewsbury 02 Jul 2018

Use personal branding to highlight your ‘golden nugget’ of value...

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New admissions
New admissions

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 14 November 2017 and 15 May 2018...

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LIV advocacy
LIV advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

Greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets 2021-2030 review: The LIV’s submission to the panel commended the Victorian government for being the first Australian state to introduce a state climate change act...

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LIV Council update
LIV Council update

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

The LIV Council meets 12 times a year to consider matters of importance to members, the legal profession and the community. At the 24 May meeting, Council business included...

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Orwellian model a threat
Orwellian model a threat

 Morry Bailes 02 Jul 2018

It is unacceptable to assume most Australians, who aren’t criminals and have the expectation to be kept safe by the state, are willing to succumb to heightened surveillance...

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Seeking justice for Cambodia’s youth
Seeking justice for Cambodia’s youth

 Carolyn Ford 02 Jul 2018

Former Family Court Chief Justice Alastair Nicholson has not retired from the fight for children's rights...

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

Hungry barrister Shaun Ginsbourg reviews Berto's, Jeni Port shares her top wine picks for this month and the LIJ reviews Culpa Espresso...

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Too much information
Too much information

 Law Institute Journal 02 Jul 2018

Many of WADR’s loyal readers probably think that these days it is no longer important to have a good memory. With smartphones, Google searches and Wikipedia, why bother trying...

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Defy the stigma
Defy the stigma

 Jack Heath 02 Jul 2018

Talking to colleagues can inspire change in mental health. Over the past few years, an increasing number of public figures have talked about their own experiences with mental illness...

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Theatre enhances dialogue
Theatre enhances dialogue

 Kleo Cruse 02 Jul 2018

Law Week initiative, South Sudan Voice, aims to improve understanding of the stresses facing the Sou th Sudanese community...

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