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LIV gives IT equipment to schools
LIV gives IT equipment to schools

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

The LIV is donating its decommissioned IT hardware to schools to reuse equipment that still has plenty of working life, even if it is no longer suitable for the needs of the organisation...

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Preventive justice a focus of infrastructure plan
Preventive justice a focus of infrastructure plan

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Growing demand on the state’s justice system needs to be addressed via a stronger focus on preventive justice and...

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Call to scrap the secrecy clause
Call to scrap the secrecy clause

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2016

Pay transparency is an essential step towards pay equity in the legal profession. This is the first of a two part series on the gender pay gap. Pay equity for women was put back in the spotlight in September...

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Legal help for Muslim leaders
Legal help for Muslim leaders

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2016

Muslim leaders are being trained as first responders to help their communities deal with legal problems. When a businesswoman from the Somalian community told her imam she’d received a breach notice from the landlord...

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How to protect jury trials
How to protect jury trials

 Norrie Ross 01 Nov 2016

In the hit television series Making a Murderer there was constant criticism of police and the prosecutors that they shamelessly used the media to try and bolster their case against Steven Avery and ensure his conviction for killing...

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Ethics and cultural diversity
Ethics and cultural diversity

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

The ethics of care can be used to address unconscious bias and embrace cultural diversity, says Supreme Court Associate Justice Mary-Jane Ierodiaconou. One of the challenges facing the legal profession...

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Welcome: Justice Maree Kennedy
Welcome: Justice Maree Kennedy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Justice Maree Kennedy was welcomed to the Supreme Court of Victoria on 28 July 2016. Among the speakers was LIV president Steven Sapountsis. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Obituary: Warwick Isherwood
Obituary: Warwick Isherwood

 John Mann 01 Nov 2016

1 April 1952 – 30 March 2016: Warwick was born in Melbourne in 1952. He was a devoted son to his mother Betty and father Len. He had an older brother Rex and a younger sister Julie, both of whom...

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Advocacy
Advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

LIV president Steven Sapountsis attended the Brookes Oration hosted by Deakin Business School at Deakin Edge Federation Square on the topic of gender equality and diversity, which was delivered by...

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Council update
Council update

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

The LIV Council meets 10 times a year to consider issues of importance to members, the legal profession and the community. At the 15 September Council meeting, directors considered a range of issues affecting the day-to-day...

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Cyber security alert
Cyber security alert

 Stuart Clark 01 Nov 2016

The LCA is working in partnership with the LIV, cyber security experts and government to address the needs of the legal profession. Cyber security is finally getting the attention it deserves in our national public debate...

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‘Dr No’ bows out at the top
‘Dr No’ bows out at the top

 Steve Butcher 01 Nov 2016

One of Victoria’s first female permanent Crown prosecutors, Michele Williams QC, has confronted some of the state’s worst offenders. Senior Victorian Crown prosecutor Michele Williams has a laugh to brighten your day...

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Food/Wine/Coffee
Food/Wine/Coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Bistro Guillaume is said to be “inspired by France’s most popular neighbourhood bistros” and given the fitout and the food offering, it doesn’t take too much to imagine you are dining on the banks of the Seine rather than...

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Custody battles get hairy
Custody battles get hairy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Who gets the fur baby? Do you ever envy your pets? Take a minute to think about it as you go through the usual mad rush to get to work. As a pet you are loved unconditionally, fed and watered regularly, enjoy private healthcare...

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Time shifting
Time shifting

 Jo Bassett 01 Nov 2016

Would it surprise you to know that you are not as time poor as you think? Time poor was a term coined at the end of the 20th century to describe the feeling that comes with the pressure of being...

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