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Plaintiff versus defendant – what it’s like on the other side of the fence
Plaintiff versus defendant – what it’s like on the other side of the fence

 Andrea De Souza 06 Jun 2016

Little guy versus big corporate (or big government). Right versus wrong. Or at least, that's the David versus Goliath story that gets played...

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Words of wisdom: career advice from leaders of the profession
Words of wisdom: career advice from leaders of the profession

 LIV Young Lawyers 31 May 2016

Whether you’re a law student, recent graduate or more experienced practitioner, here’s some career advice to help you on your way...

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Arresting youth imprisonment
Arresting youth imprisonment

 Katalin Lello 23 May 2016

There are many legal, policy and social issues surrounding youth imprisonment. A study by the Department of Human Services found that the recidivism rate for young offenders with prior convictions...

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Careers in Law: Melanie Albarella
Careers in Law: Melanie Albarella

 LIV Young Lawyers 17 May 2016

Welcome to the LIV Young Lawyers monthly feature blog “Careers in Law”. This month the YL interviewed Melanie Albarella...

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Animal law in the spotlight – a career in animal cruelty prosecutions
Animal law in the spotlight – a career in animal cruelty prosecutions

 Luisa Consiglio and Nicky Neville-Jones 09 May 2016

The Animal Law Institute hosted Australia’s first Animal Law Week in April this year, bringing together legal professionals and animal experts in five...

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Banishing your fear of public speaking
Banishing your fear of public speaking

 LIV Young Lawyers 02 May 2016

As Colin Firth’s character King George VI illustrated in the award winning film The King’s Speech, it is not easy to conquer your fear of public speaking and it certainly doesn’t happen overnight... 

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Young lawyers on the rise
Young lawyers on the rise

 LIV Young Lawyers 26 Apr 2016

The Law Institute of Victoria Awards celebrate outstanding law firms and  individuals who truly advance the legal profession, contribute to community or  demonstrate excellence...

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Careers in Law: Tamara Cook
Careers in Law: Tamara Cook

 Tamara Cook 18 Apr 2016

Welcome to the LIV Young Lawyers monthly feature blog “Careers in Law”. This month the YL interviewed Tamara Cook...

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Six tips for better health and wellbeing
Six tips for better health and wellbeing

 Claire Walczak 12 Apr 2016

Whether you are currently a student, have recently started a traineeship at a law firm, or have been newly admitted as a solicitor, it is time for all young lawyers to reflect on their commitment...

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How to become a member of a board
How to become a member of a board

 Nathanael Kitingan 05 Apr 2016

When I thought of boards, I saw images of middle-aged men in high-rise corporate meeting rooms. While this vision is not far from the truth for corporate boards...

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Seven tips for working with counsel
Seven tips for working with counsel

 Linda Rayment and Joel Silver 29 Mar 2016

At some point in your career, chances are you will have to retain the services of a barrister. Briefing, the act of providing instructions to a barrister...

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Careers in Law: Gemma Hazmi
Careers in Law: Gemma Hazmi

 Gemma Hazmi 22 Mar 2016

Welcome to the LIV Young Lawyers monthly feature blog “Careers in Law”. This month the YL interviewed Gemma Hazmi...

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Flat soles or high heels – firms need gender diversity to best serve clients
Flat soles or high heels – firms need gender diversity to best serve clients

 Michelle Dixon 15 Mar 2016

Women may make up more than 60 per cent of law graduates but this is not reflected in the number of female partners in large...

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What they forgot to tell you in TV shows
What they forgot to tell you in TV shows

 Sylvie Alston 07 Mar 2016

Four things newly admitted solicitors should know when starting out! Television shows frequently attempt to glamorise the role of young lawyers, but few identify the real issues...

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How to improve your time management skills
How to improve your time management skills

 Melissa Lirosi 01 Mar 2016

Whether you are a student or a newly admitted solicitor, managing time effectively is essential to a successful work day and a balanced life...

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