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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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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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Taken without consent
Taken without consent

 Nadine Udorovic & Loren Gulliver 15 Mar 2017

The issue of international child abduction by a parent has recently received much media attention in Australia as a result of an incident in Lebanon in 2016. Australian mother, Sally Faulkner, with the help...

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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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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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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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How to address cyber risk
How to address cyber risk

 Gordon Owili 15 Mar 2017

The world’s increasing connectivity and use of technology is delivering great benefit. Yet the dependence on technology and the need to be connected also leads to greater risks. No profession is immune...

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President's report
President's report

 Phoebe Blank 15 Mar 2017

Welcome to the first edition of the YLJ for 2017. I am thrilled to be working with such a passionate Executive Committee with exciting and innovative plans. This year we have a strong focus on engaging with Young Lawyers (YL) members...

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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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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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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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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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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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