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Remote hearings the norm for foreseeable future: Judge Cain
Remote hearings the norm for foreseeable future: Judge Cain

 Karin Derkley 18 Aug 2020

Criminal lawyers need to build their business around remote hearings for the foreseeable future, with in-person court attendance to remain the exception for some time, state coroner and coordinator of the courts’ response to the pandemic Judge John Cain told the LIV Criminal Law Conference...

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Steely-eyed advice takes courage: Hayne
Steely-eyed advice takes courage: Hayne

 Karin Derkley 13 Aug 2020

Lawyers need to give courageous and "steely-eyed" advice to their clients, whether they are a law officer advising a minister of the crown or a solicitor advising their client, former High Court judge Justice Kenneth Hayne said at the Zelman Cowen Centre Oration...

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August LIJ online edition
August LIJ online edition

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2020

Welcome to the August LIJ online edition. You can click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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From the president: In support of health and safety
From the president: In support of health and safety

 Sam Pandya 01 Aug 2020

We must take proactive steps to eliminate sexual harassment from the profession.

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2020

I write to register my unequivocal opposition to the proposal that solicitors should be able to charge contingency fees in class actions...

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Parental leave: Shift from gendered roles gathers pace
Parental leave: Shift from gendered roles gathers pace

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2020

Maurice Blackburn sees the benefits of encouraging men to take Primary carer parental leave. The LIJ spoke to four caring dads.

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Government sector: In the public interest
Government sector: In the public interest

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2020

Government lawyers have been at the forefront of the Victorian response to COVID-19 – amending laws and negotiating new regulations to keep the community safe. 

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Mental health: Barriers to wellbeing revealed
Mental health: Barriers to wellbeing revealed

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2020

High levels of psychological distress are seen to be driven by systemic factors within the profession, according to a new report from the Victorian Legal Services Board. 

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Members’ needs drive strategy
Members’ needs drive strategy

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2020

The LIV continues to support its 18,500-plus members and the community during these unprecedented and challenging times.

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Traditional owners: Talking treaty
Traditional owners: Talking treaty

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2020

As the Black Lives Matter movement gains momentum, an historic meeting between the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria and government takes place.

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Opinion: Ongoing disgrace must stop
Opinion: Ongoing disgrace must stop

 Jennifer Batrouney 01 Aug 2020

The legal profession can no longer pretend sexual harassment is uncommon.

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Employment contracts: Frustration in the time of COVID-19
Employment contracts: Frustration in the time of COVID-19

 Nicholas Green QC and Gianluca Rossi 01 Aug 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic raises the question of whether the lockdown constitutes the frustration of a contract of employment. 

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Environment: The legal implications of Australia’s latest World Heritage site
Environment: The legal implications of Australia’s latest World Heritage site

 Andrew Beatty and Tim Unsworth 01 Aug 2020

The recognition of Budj Bim as a world heritage site symbolises the increasing recognition of the connection of Indigenous people and the landscape.

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Insurance contracts: Standard deviation
Insurance contracts: Standard deviation

 Chris Liamos 01 Aug 2020

Insurers must clearly inform an insured of policy provisions that derogate from that set out in the standard cover. Otherwise, they may be paying claims outside the policy terms.

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Contracts: Resorting to restitution
Contracts: Resorting to restitution

  Ioana Sabau 01 Aug 2020

The High Court has clarified the interaction of contractual and restitutionary remedies in a recent decision.

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