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An international approach to commercial law
An international approach to commercial law

 Young Lawyers Journal 01 Nov 2016

An in-house lawyer for Telstra, Ms Jackson returned to part-time study at Melbourne Law School (MLS) to pursue her interest in competition...

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Yoga with a view
Yoga with a view

 Keely O’Dowd 01 Nov 2016

Have you ever wondered what the Melbourne CBD looks like upside down from the 53rd level of the Rialto Tower...

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AI and the law
AI and the law

 Adam Wakeling 01 Nov 2016

In February 2011, IBM Computer Watson defeated long-time champions Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings to win the quiz show Jeopardy...
 

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Watch this space
Watch this space

 Benjamin Hofmann 01 Nov 2016

Space law is not a new concept, however, the need for experts in space law continues to grow as new parties rapidly enter the industry of the final frontier...

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YLJ flipbook - Spring edition
YLJ flipbook - Spring edition

 Young Lawyers Journal 02 Sep 2016

Welcome to the YLJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify text and click through to read about your favourite article and find out about upcoming YL events...

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President's report
President's report

 Linda Rayment 02 Sep 2016

This month we focus on your health and wellbeing. On 11 August 2016, the LIV YL hosted the famous Golden Gavel public speaking competition over breakfast at Zinc...

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Editorial: Wellbeing
Editorial: Wellbeing

 Adam Wakeling & Andrea De Souza 02 Sep 2016

You have not failed if you develop a mental illness, just as you have not failed if you break a bone. An organisation has not failed just because it has employees with mental illnesses. Working in a stressful job in an organisation...

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Take time out to unwind
Take time out to unwind

 Lauren Greer 01 Sep 2016

Are you feeling restless with the daily grind? Your next holiday couldn’t come soon enough? Take a day out of your busy schedule and head down to the Mornington Peninsula to unwind...

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Get away to the Grampians for a short break
Get away to the Grampians for a short break

 Michelle Pawluck 01 Sep 2016

For a weekend of hiking and spectacular views head for Halls Gap. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and head to Halls Gap in the heart of the Grampians National Park, only three hours from Melbourne...

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Time management tips
Time management tips

 Katherine Lishman 01 Sep 2016

Whether you are at law school, starting your legal career or well advanced in the profession, time management is key to maintaining mental and physical wellbeing. Partner Reynah Tang, student Anna Belgiorno-Nettis and..

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Five ways to keep women in the law
Five ways to keep women in the law

 Riaza Rigby 01 Sep 2016

While more women are working in the law than ever, attrition rates from the profession are higher for women than men. To retain women in the law...

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Why it's time for value based billing
Why it's time for value based billing

 Adam Wakeling 01 Sep 2016

Most lawyers accept time-based billing without question. But we would think twice before becoming the customer of a dentist, a car mechanic or a real estate agent who charged by six-minute intervals. Is billing by the hour...

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Consuming passion
Consuming passion

 Young Lawyers Journal 01 Sep 2016

Master of Competition and Consumer Law student Fiona Sam works full time at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and studies part-time at Melbourne Law School. “At the moment I’m...

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Mental wellbeing and the legal profession
Mental wellbeing and the legal profession

 Andrea De Souza 01 Sep 2016

Last year the Australian Financial Review reported that lawyers rated lowest in health and wellbeing of all professionals. In particular..

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Running a litigation file
Running a litigation file

 Simon R Grant 01 Sep 2016

The first thing you need to do is assess what you have in front of you. Don’t just accept the file note from the solicitor now departed that says everything is fine, the client has been asked to do a few things...

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