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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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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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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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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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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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Connecting and investing
Connecting and investing

 Suzan Gencay 15 Jun 2017

Networking has benefits beyond unlocking career opportunities. Networking is essentially relationship building and connecting with people. It is the process of investing in the...

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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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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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Being a judge's associate
Being a judge's associate

 James O'Hara 15 Jun 2017

Widely accepted as one of the most desirable opportunities available to law graduates and lawyers, yet rarely is the role accurately understood...

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New (York) careers
New (York) careers

 Shalini Mendis 14 Jun 2017

Born and raised in Melbourne, John Crozier-Durham and Clara Francesca Pagone, both graduates of Monash University, have drawn on their knowledge base in the law to...

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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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Global firms break down barriers
Global firms break down barriers

 Adam Wakeling 15 Mar 2017

Between 2010 and 2013, the Australian legal market went from being almost entirely domestic to very globalised. The relative strength of the Australian economy following the onset of the global financial crisis...

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Building bridges
Building bridges

 Alexander Chapman 15 Mar 2017

The UN Human Rights Council (HRC) is about as far from a courtroom setting as you can get. Occupying a huge, circular chamber with a distinctive sculpted ceiling, the 190-plus states of the international community...

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EDITORIAL > An international perspective
EDITORIAL > An international perspective

 Adam Wakeling & Andrea de Souza 15 Mar 2017

The Young Lawyers Journal (YLJ) is starting the year by broadening its horizons. The autumn 2017 edition has an international theme, recognising that the Australian legal profession has deep and complex...

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Beyond borders
Beyond borders

 Andy Bubb & Daniel Osvath 15 Mar 2017

Tax law has taken on an international flavour in recent years given the increasingly globalised economy. This presents challenges for taxpayers and their advisers in navigating the demands of different countries’ tax systems...

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