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A Matter Of Balance
A Matter Of Balance

 Kathie Karapalidis 15 Sep 2017

Victims are key stakeholders in the justice system. Providing victims with a greater role and voice, and by acknowledging that criminal justice requires an end-to-end approach, will make for a better sentencing model...

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A Modern Slavery Act In Australia?
A Modern Slavery Act In Australia?

 Emily Scott 15 Sep 2017

A modern slavery Act would be a big step towards bringing Australian domestic law in line with international human rights principles. Modern slavery refers to slavery, forced labour and wage exploitation, involuntary servitude...

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Including The Community In Law Reform
Including The Community In Law Reform

 Nick Gadd 15 Sep 2017

The VLRC’s tagline is "Inclusive, independent, innovative" and while all of those qualities are important, it is significant that inclusive comes first. The VLRC actively seeks out the views of the community for all its inquiries...

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Grass Roots
Grass Roots

 Young Lawyers Journal 15 Sep 2017

Former YL president Joel Silver stood for the Council of Glen Eira in 2016 and won. In this Q&A he discusses campaigning and the power to influence from public office...

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How To Tackle Youth Crime
How To Tackle Youth Crime

 Kirsti Weisz 15 Sep 2017

Youth justice has been at the forefront of public debate in Victoria with news reports and opinion pieces covering issues such as the Apex gang and the Malmsbury and Parkville detention centre riots...

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A Passion For Children's Rights
A Passion For Children's Rights

 Young Lawyers Journal 15 Sep 2017

New Melbourne Law Masters student Philip Chan has dedicated his short but successful career to human rights and the rights of children...

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Seven trends in the legal job market to watch
Seven trends in the legal job market to watch

 Adam Wakeling 15 Jun 2017

Law graduates looking to enter the job market and lawyers seeking a career change face challenges, but there are also...

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Top 10 tips for using LinkedIn
Top 10 tips for using LinkedIn

 Thomas Hobbs 15 Jun 2017

Everyone talks about LinkedIn, but using it can be intimidating. Here are 10 tips from recruiter Thomas Hobbs to make the platform work for you...

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President's Report
President's Report

 Phoebe Blank 15 Jun 2017

What an excellent start to 2017. The YL Executive has already provided many fantastic events, activities and programs for our members...

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Editorial: New career opportunities
Editorial: New career opportunities

 Adam Wakeling and Andrea Desouza 15 Jun 2017

With clerkship and graduate applications and performance reviews coming around for 2017, it’s time for the YLJ to once again turn its attention to careers...

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Risk and reward
Risk and reward

 Kathie Karapalidis 15 Jun 2017

With a background in journalism and medical education, LIV Later Lawyers Network leader Audette Smith is finding her new career in law a healthy change...

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The value of volunteering
The value of volunteering

 Kathie Karapalidis 15 Jun 2017

Volunteering at a community legal centre can reap benefits for all involved. The waiting room is filled with people on this busy Friday evening...

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Your path to success
Your path to success

 YL Executive Committee 15 Jun 2017

Members of the YL Executive Committee outline their career progression. Thomas Hobbs, LIV YL vice-president: Career path, Legal recruitment...

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Taking the long view
Taking the long view

 Binny De Saram 15 Jun 2017

For Binny De Saram, it is the capacity of law and lawmakers to create social change that motivates her work as a policy solicitor and in her masters studies at Melbourne Law School...

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Write way forward
Write way forward

 Andrea de Souza 15 Jun 2017

I graduated from Monash University with a bachelor of laws and a bachelor of arts. Then I attended the Leo Cussen Centre for Law. I worked as a law clerk at Slater and Gordon...

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