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A world view
A world view

 Andrea de Souza 15 Mar 2017

Michael Chin has extensive legal and business experience across Australia, China, the US, the UK, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. He has legal qualifications and professional experience across the Australian...

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UN calling
UN calling

 Anna Jennings-Edquist 15 Mar 2017

If you like the sound of working in unique legal environments during the day, socialising with friendly colleagues at night, and travelling within or between countries at the weekend...

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Antarctica: 60 degrees of separation?
Antarctica: 60 degrees of separation?

 Benjamin Hofmann 15 Mar 2017

Antarctica is a land mass without any Indigenous population. It is often referred to as the last wilderness – a concept that, under the common heritage of mankind principle of international law, places the continent...

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Defending human rights in Israel
Defending human rights in Israel

 Trang Chau 15 Mar 2017

I have carried out international legal work in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In 2014 I accepted a position as a law fellow through Palestine Works with the Mossawa Centre – the Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens...

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Opening doors
Opening doors

 The University of Melbourne 15 Mar 2017

It’s an age-old adage that you never stop learning. But for Rachel Amamoo, managing principal solicitor at the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office, this is a saying that...

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YLJ flipbook - Autumn edition
YLJ flipbook - Autumn edition

 Young Lawyers Journal 15 Mar 2017

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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YLJ flipbook - Summer edition
YLJ flipbook - Summer edition

 Young Lawyers Journal 01 Nov 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 01 Nov 2016

This year we have seen the YL Executive and committees develop and implement some impressive projects and initiatives, including various short videos aimed at empowering and equipping the YL membership. 

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EDITORIAL > Focus on the future
EDITORIAL > Focus on the future

 Adam Wakeling & Andrea de Souza 01 Nov 2016

Everywhere you turn we’re bombarded by messages that the nature of the legal profession is changing. We’re being replaced by robots or computers or being outsourced overseas...

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The law of change
The law of change

 Daniel Yim 01 Nov 2016

While the artificial intelligence revolution is certainly coming, another significant change may be upon us even sooner. This is not about computers replacing humans, but humans replacing humans...

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Beyond gender
Beyond gender

 Andrea de Souza 01 Nov 2016

The focus of diversity in the legal profession is shifting to include cultural change in different areas. Lack of diversity in the legal profession has been discussed for many years...

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Look, no paper
Look, no paper

 Bianca Pyers 01 Nov 2016

Electronic conveyancing is here to stay – so what about the risk of fraud? The National Electronic Conveyancing Scheme, managed through Property Exchange Australia (PEXA)...
 

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What the legal shake-up means for you
What the legal shake-up means for you

 Katie Miller 01 Nov 2016

Traditionally, learning to be a lawyer involved adopting the fixed and relatively unchanged ways of practising law and delivering legal services. The early career lawyer was treated as an empty vessel or a blank slate...

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A leading question
A leading question

 Anna Belgiorno-Nettis 01 Nov 2016

Most law graduates are females1 yet women fill less than 25 per cent of the legal profession’s senior positions.2 My research on a law student senior position suggests the imbalance starts earlier. Even before practice, there is a women and leadership issue...

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The NewLaw firm
The NewLaw firm

 Adam Wakeling 01 Nov 2016

What would a law firm designed from scratch to suit the 21st century look like? Around the world, there are new and established law firms seeking to answer that question by adopting different business models...

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