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The Appeal Of Court-Led Reform
The Appeal Of Court-Led Reform

 Julianna Marshall 15 Sep 2017

Do you consider the Court of Appeal to be too activist or not activist enough? Rules of precedent and the separation of powers do not prevent the judiciary from engaging in meaningful reform...

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Legal Knowledge Is Power
Legal Knowledge Is Power

 Larissa Iglesias 15 Sep 2017

As law graduates and students, we need to remind ourselves that we are privileged to possess the knowledge that can make a difference in the social justice, community and not-for-profit sectors...

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Fighting For Safe Housing
Fighting For Safe Housing

 Damian Stock 15 Sep 2017

Pursuing law reform is critical for Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) to fulfil its statutory objectives. These objectives are enshrined in legislation in recognition that strategic advocacy has the power...

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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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Pushing the boundaries
Pushing the boundaries

 Sylvie Alston 15 Jun 2017

What do you need to know to start your own firm or legal service provider? Mainstream television and movies typically simplify lawyers' roles as existing in commercial law firms or courtrooms...

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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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How mentoring works
How mentoring works

 Phoebe Blank and Chris Molnar 15 Jun 2017

I commenced working alongside Chris in July 2016. Chris has been a great mentor. We have an informal long term mentoring style which often involves informal discussions in our office...

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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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Where there’s a will
Where there’s a will

 Andrea de Souza 15 Jun 2017

Brendan Lacota is the principal lawyer at the Moonee Valley Legal Service, an LIV councillor and co-chair of the YL Reform Committee. He is also co-founder of Onlinewillkit.com, a site aimed at improving access to basic legal services for everyone...

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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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