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Diversity: Why mentoring works
Diversity: Why mentoring works

 Madison Pondeljak 01 Jul 2021

It is no secret that by having a good mentor one can achieve greater career success.

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Young Lawyers: Extra-curial punishment
Young Lawyers: Extra-curial punishment

 ​Rose George 01 Jul 2021

What role does extra-curial punishment play in sentencing?

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New admissions: 14 May 2021
New admissions: 14 May 2021

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2021

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 14 May 2021. The LIJ welcomes them to the legal profession.

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Advocacy: Submissions
Advocacy: Submissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2021

LIV Submissions:Voluntary assisted dying and Reformulation of harassment rule.

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Council: LIV update – Rodd Levy
Council: LIV update – Rodd Levy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2021

LIV Council member Rodd Levy gave his introductory speech at the February Council meeting. This is an edited version.

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Council: LIV update – Kathy Wilson
Council: LIV update – Kathy Wilson

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2021

LIV Council member Kathy Wilson gave her introductory speech at the March Council meeting. This is an edited version.

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Inside stories: Worth the walk
Inside stories: Worth the walk

 Donald Betts 01 Jul 2021

The new president of the North American Australian Lawyers Alliance Donald Betts tells of his extraordinary journey from Kansas via US state politics to Norton Rose Fulbright in Melbourne. 

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2021

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

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With all due respect: On the move
With all due respect: On the move

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2021

Looking a bit dated? Go back to the mid-century for your selling campaign.

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Health and wellbeing: How to build resilience
Health and wellbeing: How to build resilience

 Peter Docherty 01 Jul 2021

For teams working remotely it is critical to maintain a structure for regular communication and engagement.

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Beyond the law: Turning the tables
Beyond the law: Turning the tables

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2021

Lawyer Kiera Menzies had the chance to road test a long held business plan during the 2020 lockdown. 

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Indigenous academic urges positive engagement by legal advocates
Indigenous academic urges positive engagement by legal advocates

 Bill Molloy 30 Jun 2021

Indigenous academic Larissa Behrendt has called on non-Indigenous individuals and institutions in the legal sector to share the “heavy lifting” to help bring about positive change and reconciliation.

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Changes forced on government agencies by pandemic to have long-term benefits
Changes forced on government agencies by pandemic to have long-term benefits

 Karin Derkley 24 Jun 2021

The future looks more efficient for VCAT, the Fair Work Commission and the ACCC after COVID-19 forced beneficial innovation on them, the LIV Government Lawyers Conference was told last week...
 

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Regulators cracking down on cyber risks
Regulators cracking down on cyber risks

 Karin Derkley 10 Jun 2021

Directors who fail to address cyber security risks as a key part of their governance role are putting their organisation at risk and may attract the scrutiny of regulators, according to the MinterEllison report Perspectives on Cyber Risk 2021.
 

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Law students to benefit from emergency lockdown scholarship
Law students to benefit from emergency lockdown scholarship

 Karin Derkley 07 Jun 2021

Law students who have lost income during the current lockdown will be able to eat and pay their rent thanks to an initiative by Melbourne lawyer, Leila Chalk...
 

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