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Who knew?
Who knew?

 WADR 01 May 2019

Discover a world of travel myths...

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Break out of the loop
Break out of the loop

 Virginia Warren 01 May 2019

What to do when your emotions have hijacked you...

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The drama of law
The drama of law

 Karin Derkley 01 May 2019

Law student Verity Norbury’s second play reflects her passions for the arts and law...

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Lawyers' bid to add to numbers in parliament
Lawyers' bid to add to numbers in parliament

 Karin Derkley 30 Apr 2019

A slew of practising lawyers are throwing their hat into the ring to stand as candidates in the federal election.

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Public drunkenness law should be abolished
Public drunkenness law should be abolished

 Karin Derkley 12 Apr 2019

Decriminalising public drunkenness would reduce the risk of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people dying in police custody...

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Law slow to catch up with risks from AI
Law slow to catch up with risks from AI

 Karin Derkley 11 Apr 2019

Stronger regulation is needed to protect people from discriminatory and exploitative practices enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning, a Melbourne Law School 'Judges in Conversation' event heard this week. ...

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 AG Jill Hennessy opens new LIV home
AG Jill Hennessy opens new LIV home

 Carolyn Ford 08 Apr 2019

State Attorney General Jill Hennessy officially opened the new home of the LIV at 140 William St on April 4.

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‘Paltry’ legal aid funding fails to keep pace with demand
‘Paltry’ legal aid funding fails to keep pace with demand

 Karin Derkley 04 Apr 2019

The federal government’s "underwhelming" funding package for legal assistance will place more pressure on the Victorian state government to cover ballooning demand for legal aid, says LIV president Stuart Webb...
 

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April LIJ flipbook
April LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2019

Welcome to the April LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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Generational influence: opportunity knocks
Generational influence: opportunity knocks

 Mira Stammers 01 Apr 2019

Understanding and leveraging Millennials is critical to the future economic success of law firms...

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The changing face of labour hire
The changing face of labour hire

 Mark Yorston and Claire Munro-Smith 01 Apr 2019

A recent Full Federal Court decision has caused the legal profession to focus attention on the proper characterisation of workers who have been hired on a casual basis but may since be considered permanent employees...

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Trust brings change
Trust brings change

 Michael Lombard and Shyla Sivanas 01 Apr 2019

Once warring parties have come together to improve help for injured cyclists and other road accident victims...

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Fairness and clarity
Fairness and clarity

 Nick Ellis 01 Apr 2019

Recent changes to child support legislation have made significant retrospective alterations to aspects of the law relating to child support agreements...

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A case for abolition
A case for abolition

 Cameron Green 01 Apr 2019

It has been a long-standing principle of the common law that words spoken and conduct performed in court cannot form the foundation for a tortious claim of damages...

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Suppression orders in the open courts era
Suppression orders in the open courts era

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2019

The blanket ban on reporting of the conviction of cardinal George Pell has raised questions about the use of suppression orders...

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