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Pro bono: COVID-19 crisis for charities
Pro bono: COVID-19 crisis for charities

 Sue Woodward 01 Sep 2020

While demand for services has increased income has declined.

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According to merit?/Diversity: 2020 – From vision to revelation
According to merit?/Diversity: 2020 – From vision to revelation

 Gemma Hannah and Jyoti Haikerwal 01 Sep 2020

Leaders in the law have been forced to make swift and decisive workplace changes that will have long-term benefits.

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Young Lawyers: Ten tips for working from home
Young Lawyers: Ten tips for working from home

 Tessa Micucci and Amanda Di Placido 01 Sep 2020

Given the ‘working from home’ era is only just beginning, here are 10 tips to get you through lockdown 2.0 and beyond.

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New admissions: 2 July 2020
New admissions: 2 July 2020

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2020

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 2 July 2020. The LIJ welcomes them to the legal profession...

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Your career: Keep it brief to get results
Your career: Keep it brief to get results

 Jason Elias 01 Sep 2020

Four easy ways to make your CV stand out in a competitive market.

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Update: Human rights compatible
Update: Human rights compatible

 Michelle Luarte and Bill Swannie 01 Sep 2020

The LIV supports Amnesty Australia on face masks.

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Inside stories: If not for Mr McLennan . . .
Inside stories: If not for Mr McLennan . . .

 Ali Besiroglu 01 Sep 2020

Lawyer Ali Besiroglu looks back at his early life and reminds lawyers that their advocacy can shape generations.

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2020

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne...

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With all due respect: Musings on lost art
With all due respect: Musings on lost art

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2020

Can I have that in writing?

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Health and wellbeing: Zooming in on fatigue
Health and wellbeing: Zooming in on fatigue

 Law Institute Journal 01 Sep 2020

Feeling physically and mentally depleted as a result of screen fatigue is not uncommon. There are strategies to help manage working remotely.

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Beyond the law: Creative response to dark times
Beyond the law: Creative response to dark times

 Carolyn Ford 01 Sep 2020

BottledSnail Productions may be in a holding pattern but the troupe is still performing.

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Conference to explore year of change for property lawyers
Conference to explore year of change for property lawyers

 Karin Derkley 27 Aug 2020

Property Law Conference attendees will hear about how the upheavals of the past year could bring about a shift in how property law operates in the future...

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Youth legal need surges during pandemic
Youth legal need surges during pandemic

 Karin Derkley 25 Aug 2020

COVID-19 has been driving a surge in young people calling for legal assistance through Youthlaw, Victoria’s free community legal centre for people under 25 years of age...

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Courts’ therapeutic approach continues during pandemic
Courts’ therapeutic approach continues during pandemic

 Karin Derkley 20 Aug 2020

Victoria's specialist and mainstream courts have continued to provide therapeutic support programs during the pandemic, recently appointed Head of Division Specialist Courts Magistrate Pauline Spencer told the Criminal Law Conference...

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Judge-alone trials help reduce backlog: Chief Judge Kidd
Judge-alone trials help reduce backlog: Chief Judge Kidd

 Karin Derkley 19 Aug 2020


County Court Chief Judge Peter Kidd has encouraged legal practitioners to reconsider the option of judge-alone trials as efforts by the courts to bring back jury trials have been stymied by the resurgence of the coronavirus...

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