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Balancing motivation and mental wellbeing
Balancing motivation and mental wellbeing

 Aayushi Patel 30 Mar 2021

Despite it being highly rewarding, studying law has the capacity to quickly become demanding. A profession in law requires extraordinary grades, exceptional involvement in numerous co-curricular activities and extensive legal experience.

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Practice spotlight: court associates
Practice spotlight: court associates

 Madeline Rintoul 04 Mar 2021

An associate position would appeal to anyone interested in getting an in-depth view in what it takes to manage a court proceeding and how judicial officers make their decisions.

 

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Grateful not hateful
Grateful not hateful

 Victor Aeberli 04 Mar 2021

The messages continually pumped into the ether of online media are confusing at best. Amplified by the current international political climate, the discord in people's online opinions across the globe is bewildering.

 

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Why admissions ceremonies are important
Why admissions ceremonies are important

 Christine Bulos and Cherie Fung 22 Jan 2021

COVID-19 has taken a lot from us. Our freedoms, our health and, for many, the celebration of hard-earned achievements. For recent law graduates, the noteworthy often dreamt about day of being admitted to practice and reaching that finish line was brutally taken away as well.

 

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What admission into the legal profession meant to us
What admission into the legal profession meant to us

 Saara Amjadeen, Marionne Tolentino and Janice Mahesan 22 Jan 2021

Juggling law school, gaining practical legal experience, networking and engaging in other extracurricular activities was considered normal and almost expected of law students. Undoubtedly, anxiety and other stresses were part of law student life.

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A childhood dream accomplished in a year of uncertainty
A childhood dream accomplished in a year of uncertainty

 Manolya Ilanli 17 Nov 2020

I was 13 years old when I found my future career path. After reading Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird and being inspired by Atticus Finch, I decided to pursue my dream of practising law. The story has never left the forefront of my mind; not only was it a captivating novel, it also illustrated how I could one day make a difference in people’s lives by advocating for their legal rights.

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Looking after your mental health post lockdown
Looking after your mental health post lockdown

 Belinda Furse 16 Nov 2020

When Melbourne’s 111-day lockdown finally ended, the city was buzzing. Melburnians were rewarded with a renewed sense of freedom. They were able to see family and friends, go shopping and enjoy Melbourne’s renowned restaurants, cafés and bars.

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LIV Young Lawyers virtual events
LIV Young Lawyers virtual events

 Harshini Wickrema 11 Nov 2020

During the ongoing lockdown in Melbourne, I have been fortunate to attend a series of virtual events hosted by the LIV Young Lawyers, who aimed to provide education, support and mentoring during the state government’s restrictions. These events covered a range of topics.

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Reflections on supervised legal practice
Reflections on supervised legal practice

 Micah Ramos 20 Oct 2020

The majority of recent law graduates would have completed their legal education through practical legal training (PLT) and then supervised legal practice (SLP).

 

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A Reasonable Standard
A Reasonable Standard

 Gianna Fermo 15 Sep 2020

Mental illness is a prominent issue among the legal community. It does not discriminate between law students or legal professionals. The 2007 Beaton Consulting and Beyond Blue National Depression Initiative revealed that lawyers and law students have alarming rates of mental illness and symptoms. When compared to other professions, lawyers experienced the highest incidence of depressive symptoms.

 

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What to do when the traditional path into law isn’t for you
What to do when the traditional path into law isn’t for you

 Shaniya Vilash 07 Sep 2020

Many of us know the stress that law school and a legal career can bring. The countless sleepless nights studying for exams, preparing applications for clerkship season and giving it your all in an interview, only to find out it didn’t land you that dream job. Sound familiar?

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Young Lawyers Matter
Young Lawyers Matter

  Karen Finch 07 Sep 2020

During the first lockdown in Melbourne, I attended a virtual event organised by the Young Lawyers Section at the Law Institute of Victoria. During that session, an incredibly accomplished, articulate, intelligent young lawyer made a comment that impacted me greatly – “My voice doesn’t matter.”

 

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6 tips for nailing your annual review and how to ask for a pay rise
6 tips for nailing your annual review and how to ask for a pay rise

 Sophie Coulson 12 Aug 2020

Young lawyers realise very quickly that our success often comes down to one thing – preparation. Annual reviews are no different. Good preparation is how you will nail your annual review. So, how do you best prepare for your review?

 
 

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6 tips for young lawyers who have been let go amid the COVID-19 crisis
6 tips for young lawyers who have been let go amid the COVID-19 crisis

 Jessica Alesci-Pettitt 29 Jul 2020

Many young lawyers will face unemployment during these harrowing times, therefore it is vital that they strategise for potential future unemployment.
 

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10 tips for working from home during the COVID-19 era
10 tips for working from home during the COVID-19 era

 Tessa Micucci and Amanda Di Placido 20 Jul 2020

COVID-19 took the world by storm, upending our lives and work in a dramatic way. Given the “working from home” era is only just beginning, here are ten tips to get you through lockdown 2.0 and beyond.

 

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