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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol 01 Nov 2017

Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol on recent Family Law judgments...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Nov 2017

Professor Greg Reinhardt on assessment of damages for breach of contract...

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2017

The Family Court of Australia is moving to implement in each of its registries a digital court file for proceedings in the Court. This Practice Direction establishes the manner in which case files of the Family Court may be constituted...

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In_sites
In_sites

 LIV Librarians 01 Nov 2017

AustLII, AustLII Communities, WorldLII - World Legal Information Institution and more...

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In_print
In_print

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2017

This month’s books cover fiduciary obligations, justice, the principle of legality, the rule of law and uniform evidence law...

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In_reference
In_reference

 LIV Librarians 01 Nov 2017

LIV members may borrow library material for 14 days, with a one week renewal available unless reserved by a member...

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Prospects of success
Prospects of success

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Nov 2017

It is logical to assume that a matter will go to trial where each of the contesting parties believes that he or she has good (or at least reasonable) prospects of succeeding. The logic is fortified by the application of the costs indemnity rule...

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What risks are in store?
What risks are in store?

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Nov 2017

LPLC’s cost of claims from acting in the sale or purchase of a small business were higher than usual in 2016/17. The claims show that there are three main risk areas when acting in these transactions...

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Linked out by restraint?
Linked out by restraint?

 Luke Connolly 01 Nov 2017

So you’ve decided to move on with your career and take up an exciting role with a competitor. The problem is you signed a restraint that prevents you from poaching employees and clients for six months...

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Deposit release
Deposit release

 Russell Cocks 01 Nov 2017

There has only been one reported decision on deposit release (McEwan v Theologedis [2004] VSC 244) and that case did not consider the “condition enuring” argument. Aurumstone v Yarra Bank Developments [2017] VSC 503 has now considered that argument...

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Desperate on Nauru
Desperate on Nauru

 Alessandra Di Natale and Sylvie Alston 01 Nov 2017

Right now on Nauru a group of vulnerable asylum seekers are in desperate need of legal help. These traumatised people escaped war and oppression, and there is no legal help available on Nauru...

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Lawyers take a stand
Lawyers take a stand

 Christopher Smith 01 Nov 2017

On 28 August 2017, on breakfast radio, the federal Immigration Minister Peter Dutton controversially declared that lawyers and law firms providing pro bono assistance to asylum seekers are “un-Australian”. This rebuke...

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Closing the pay gap
Closing the pay gap

 Elena Tsalanidis and Jessica Awad 01 Nov 2017

The Male Champions of Change (MCC) is a group of 122 Australian business leaders who have committed to closing the gender pay gap within their organisations. The group was established by Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick in 2010...

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The wealth of experience
The wealth of experience

 Andelka Obradovic and Audette Smith 01 Nov 2017

The legal sector is a tough market for any new graduate. Later lawyers may face unintentional barriers because of the traditional pathway in the legal profession which supports the progression of young lawyers entering their first career rather than those who have had prior careers...

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New admissions
New admissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2017

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 19 September 2017. The LIJ welcomes them to the legal profession...

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