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Where do clients come from? Birds and bees, clients and fees
Where do clients come from? Birds and bees, clients and fees

 Belinda Wison 25 Oct 2016

As a newly admitted lawyer, the harsh, confronting and often ugly truth of where clients come from is concealed, that is, until we are truly ready...

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Raise your pulse and lower your stress
Raise your pulse and lower your stress

 LIV Young Lawyers 11 Oct 2016

Exercise is one of those things – like eating healthily and drinking plenty of water – that we all mean to do. We start the year with the best intentions, with workout plans, exercise apps and fitness trackers...

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Career Planning – Steering your ship
Career Planning – Steering your ship

 Linda Rayment & Dan Steege 04 Oct 2016

Practice management demands on modern lawyers are becoming increasingly diverse. Strong client relationships and a clear understanding and recognition of personal capabilities and branding are paramount to your personal success...

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LIV Careers: Suzanne Carey-Thomas
LIV Careers: Suzanne Carey-Thomas

 LIV Young Lawyers 27 Sep 2016

LIV student member Suzanne Carey-Thomas talks why she moved from nursing to law and the challenges she faces. Question #1: Why did you decide to pursue a legal career...

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Top 10 tips for aspiring young lawyers
Top 10 tips for aspiring young lawyers

 Jesse Rankine 13 Sep 2016

Jesse Rankine is an elected member of the Regional and Suburban Young Lawyers Committee (RSYLC). In the lead up to the RSYLC Month, Mr Rankine offers some tips to young lawyers...

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The Mindful Lawyer: tips and tools for managing stress
The Mindful Lawyer: tips and tools for managing stress

 Alida Vandewiele 06 Sep 2016

As the corporate world becomes increasingly fast-paced, many people are looking for ways to manage anxiety and improve concentration...

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Careers in Law
Careers in Law

 Philip G. Alston 30 Aug 2016

I wish I could say that I developed an early interest in justice and fairness which led me to want to practice law and try to make a difference in the world. But the mundane truth is that I didn’t like maths or science much...

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The benefits of pro bono work
The benefits of pro bono work

 Linda Rayment 23 Aug 2016

As lawyers, we possess a set of skills that are uniquely suited to addressing social justice issues. A lawyer’s analytical, research and advocacy skills can play a huge part in the social justice and pro bono arena, and there are many...

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Giving back to the community
Giving back to the community

 LIV Young Lawyers 16 Aug 2016

Charity can mean so much more than just giving money to those in need. With the LIV Young Lawyers Charity Ball approaching, it’s a good time to reflect on other ways we can give back to our community...

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National Recognition of Family Violence Orders
National Recognition of Family Violence Orders

 Suzan Gencay 09 Aug 2016

Family violence orders protect the applicant –the affected family member (AFM) or protected person – from a family member (the respondent) who is, or is at...

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Disruption in Property Law – The Airbnb Effect
Disruption in Property Law – The Airbnb Effect

 LIV Young Lawyers 02 Aug 2016

Airbnb and other similar platforms are a shared economy disruption said to have arisen to address a human need that wasn't being met. Previous innovations...

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Careers in Law – Miranda Brookes
Careers in Law – Miranda Brookes

 LIV Young Lawyers 26 Jul 2016

I found law school engaging and challenging but I had given little thought to my future career when I started studying law...

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Commonly misused words
Commonly misused words

 LIV Young Lawyers 19 Jul 2016

Does scrolling through social media only to see people continually misusing there, their and they’re make your skin crawl? Or how about hearing non-lawyer friends use American legal jargon that...

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Cross-examination: an art or a science?
Cross-examination: an art or a science?

 Daniel Sala, Richard Edney and Josh Taaffe 12 Jul 2016

Those who study and hone the skills of cross-examination are often called upon to consider the question – Is effective cross-examination an art or a science? In the past cross-examination was considered an art...

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Cap and gown? Check…What next?
Cap and gown? Check…What next?

 LIV Young Lawyers 05 Jul 2016

If you are a recent or soon-to-be graduate, then you are no doubt thinking of your career path options. If you are yet to graduate, what type of work experience should you get? And if you have graduated already...

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