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Food/Wine/Coffee
Food/Wine/Coffee

 Alister Purbrick & David Copperfield 01 Jun 2016

Syracuse looks exactly like the type of place that some lawyers would want to dine in, the website even highlighting its “ornate archways, soaring ceilings and curving chandeliers”, evoking a “19th century hotel lobby”...

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With all due respect
With all due respect

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2016

WADR is not a fan of the expression “time poor”. It implies that some of us have been born with fewer hours in our day than say Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg and that our time poverty...

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Wellbeing
Wellbeing

 Jo Bassett 01 Jun 2016

Being constantly switched on to fight or flight mode leads to burnout. Lawyers are particularly vulnerable. Adrenalin is a hormone released by the body’s adrenal glands in times of stress, anger, fear and anticipation...

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Inside stories
Inside stories

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2016

Former lawyer James Milsom has found a way to bring his creative skills and legal training together in a podcast that focuses on stories in the law...

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Battleground of claims
Battleground of claims

 John Tesarsch 02 May 2016

Despite the Future of Financial Advice reforms, there are still significant concerns as to the professional standards and skill level of some financial advisers... 

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In the face of terror
In the face of terror

 Mark Sullivan 02 May 2016

There is broad consensus that extremist groups pose a world terror threat. Consensus regarding a response to the terror threat is more problematic. There are those who are charged with protecting rule of law principles and there are...

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An efficient justice
An efficient justice

 Andrew Field 02 May 2016

With the introduction of the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 and the Evidence Act 2008 came the significant innovation of the interlocutory appeal mechanism in criminal trials. The procedure is now well understood, but...

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You're standing on my commercial interests
You're standing on my commercial interests

 Brian Yeom 02 May 2016

In Argos the High Court has confirmed that a business owner likely to suffer a loss of profitability due to administrative decisions may be a "person aggrieved" under the ADJR Act...

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The High Court's struggle with the self-incrimination privilege
The High Court's struggle with the self-incrimination privilege

 Dr Cosmas Moisidis 02 May 2016

It can be argued that the High Court's understanding of the self-incrimination privilege has been inaccurate and incomplete, and that this has caused...

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Wig era over in Supreme Court
Wig era over in Supreme Court

 Law Institute Journal 02 May 2016

Wigs will no longer be worn by Supreme Court judges in Victoria except in exceptional circumstances. ollowing consultation with the Council of Judges of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Chief Justice...

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Law Week 2016
Law Week 2016

 Law Institute Journal 02 May 2016

Law Week 2016 (16-22 May) has more than 100 events - mostly free - for lawyers and non-lawyers alike. On 20 May, the LIV is hosting a lunchtime panel discussion, led by High Court judge...

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Fare go
Fare go

 Julian Burnsite QC 02 May 2016

The Western Community Legal Centre (WCLC) wants to reform the public transport penalties system for secondary students to allow reduced fines and instalment payment arrangements...

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Call for Indigenous Treaty
Call for Indigenous Treaty

 Professor Megan Davis 02 May 2016

Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians had to go beyond a weak symbolic gesture to become a model that compelled governments to act.

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Farewell to Chief Judge Rozenes
Farewell to Chief Judge Rozenes

 Law Institute Journal 02 May 2016

An overflowing County Court to farewell retired Chief Judge Michael Rozenes in March demonstrated the high esteem in which he is held.

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Standing up for justice
Standing up for justice

 Karin Derkley 02 May 2016

LCA president-elect Fiona McLeod SC was always attracted to performing. If it wasn’t for a last minute failure of nerve, president-elect of the Law Council of Australia Fiona McLeod SC might have ended up in comedy...

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