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Sheriff held up
Sheriff held up

 Russell Cocks 01 Aug 2018

The sheriff for the state of Victoria performs an important function within the court system, providing an ultimate enforcement procedure for judgments obtained in the courts...

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A just life
A just life

 Lucy Adams and Chris Povey 01 Aug 2018

A recent report highlights the community benefits of early access to justice...

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EU sets new standard
EU sets new standard

 Belinda Tralli 01 Aug 2018

We should have the right to control who has access to our personal information...

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Protected under the Evidence Act?
Protected under the Evidence Act?

 Jessica Andreacchio 01 Aug 2018

Lawyers should be mindful of what information is disclosed during, and outside of, settlement negotiations.

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How to tackle cyber-bullying
How to tackle cyber-bullying

 Hayley Chester and Alex Dworjanyn 01 Aug 2018

Social media platforms have produced an emerging form of family violence and sexual assault...

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New admissions
New admissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2018

The following people were admitted to practice as Australian lawyers and as officers of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 19 June 2018. The LIJ welcomes them to the legal profession... 
 

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Advocacy
Advocacy

 Law Institute of Victoria 01 Aug 2018

Submissions and representation by the LIV...

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Council update
Council update

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2018

The LIV Council meets 12 times a year to consider matters of importance to members, the legal profession and the community...

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Freeze frame
Freeze frame

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2018

Lawyer Clara Davies has visited 45 countries photographing animals and places that might not be there for others in future...

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Food/Wine/Coffee
Food/Wine/Coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2018

Hungry barrister Shaun Ginsbourg reviews Tahini, Jeni Port shares her top wine picks for this month and the LIJ reviews Cafe Andiamo...

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Never too old
Never too old

 Law Institute Journal 01 Aug 2018

What’s your Everest? They say you are never too old to learn and proof of that is Joseph Malouf, who recently became the oldest graduate with the Tax Institute at the ripe old age of 83...

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Healthy work healthy living
Healthy work healthy living

 Converge International 01 Aug 2018

Creating a positive workplace is essential for team morale and productivity...

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Northern light still burns after 40 years
Northern light still burns after 40 years

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2018

North Melbourne Legal Service started in 1978 in a church. The community legal centre IMCL is still going strong...

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Rethinking drug policy
Rethinking drug policy

 Karin Derkley 31 Jul 2018

Drug sniffer dogs at music festivals might do more harm than good, a forum exploring the implications of a recent inquiry into drug law reform in Victoria heard this week...

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Anti-gang laws target young and marginalised
Anti-gang laws target young and marginalised

 Karin Derkley 25 Jul 2018

New laws introduced by the Victorian state government could send people as young as 14 to prison for up to three years for associating with someone convicted of a serious offence...

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