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Flick the switch to make an impact
Flick the switch to make an impact

 Marianne Marchesi 01 Mar 2019

It’s time for law firms to improve their practices to have positive impacts on the environment and society...

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Resilience a core leadership skill
Resilience a core leadership skill

 Vanessa Shambrook 01 Mar 2019

Now is the ideal time to focus on building positive wellbeing in the year ahead...

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LIV Governance
LIV Governance

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2019

Infomation on LIV president, LIV Council and affiliated law associations...

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The law is everyone’s business
The law is everyone’s business

 Arthur Moses SC 01 Mar 2019

In this election year the LCA will speak up for society’s marginalised and disadvantaged, who all too often fall through the cracks...

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Maurice Blackburn celebrates centenary
Maurice Blackburn celebrates centenary

 Carolyn Rasmussen 01 Mar 2019

Maurice Blackburn started his law firm in 1919 “to do something to make life a little easier for the men and women of this country”...

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Food/Wine/Coffee
Food/Wine/Coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2019

Hungry barrister Shaun Ginsbourg reviews Mahn Doo, Jeni Port shares her top wine picks for this month and the LIJ reviews Cuff Food and Wine...

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That's enough, alexa
That's enough, alexa

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2019

Your WADR correspondent has opined in the past about our increasing dependence on technology as well as the rise of robots and artificial intelligence (AI)...

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Ways to reduce stigma in the workplace
Ways to reduce stigma in the workplace

 SANE Australia 01 Mar 2019

A few small changes can make a world of difference to your colleagues, your workplace and you...

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Legal outreach  a rich brew
Legal outreach a rich brew

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2019

Lawyers in Melbourne’s north are using coffee to take free legal advice to the community...

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Borderless technologies driving spread of Uniform Law
Borderless technologies driving spread of Uniform Law

 Karin Derkley 25 Feb 2019

More than two thirds of legal practitioners in Australia are now regulated by the Uniform Law regime, a figure which could grow further if Western Australia also adopts the framework, according to the annual report of the Legal Services Council (LSC) which administers Uniform Law in the legal profession...

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Opposition welcomes debate on old minor offences
Opposition welcomes debate on old minor offences

 Karin Derkley 20 Feb 2019

Support for the Spent Convictions Bill is growing, with the LIV, the Victorian Bar and former shadow attorney-general John Pesutto coming out in favour of the scheme which would wipe clean the criminal record of those with minor convictions after 10 years, or five years for minors. ..

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Informer anonymity threatens criminal justice system
Informer anonymity threatens criminal justice system

 Karin Derkley 19 Feb 2019

Courts could become further clogged as a result of the police informants scandal if clients come to doubt their lawyers are acting in their best interests, the opening session at the Royal Commission into Management of Police Informants heard last week...
 

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Inquiry must examine link between mental health and criminal justice
Inquiry must examine link between mental health and criminal justice

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2019

The Royal Commission into Mental Health needs to look at how mental health issues can all too easily topple people into the criminal justice system or precipitate other legal problems, Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) has said in its submission to a consultation on the terms of reference for the royal commission...

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Technology reshaping traditional law firms
Technology reshaping traditional law firms

 Karin Derkley 12 Feb 2019

Legal technology is upending the traditional pyramid model of law firms where a large cohort of junior lawyers supported senior associates and partners, a session on the impact of technology on the law at the LIV’s Conference of Council heard last week...

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New DNA powers go too far
New DNA powers go too far

 Karin Derkley 06 Feb 2019

Stronger protections are needed around proposed new police powers to take DNA samples from people suspected of a crime, the LIV has said in a letter to the police minister Lisa Neville...

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