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2020 LIV Council Elections

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State Revenue Office Treatment of Land Use Entitlements in Alpine Resorts
State Revenue Office Treatment of Land Use Entitlements in Alpine Resorts

 LIV Media 01 Aug 2016

All land in Victorian alpine resorts is crown land. Under provisions of the Alpine Resorts (Management) Act 1997 (Vic) and...

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Political overhaul for LCA
Political overhaul for LCA

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2016

Under its 2016 president the LCA is bringing the interests of the country’s 65,000 lawyers into focus.

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Changing the narrative
Changing the narrative

 Carolyn Ford 01 Aug 2016

A new legal service is responding to the dramatic increase in numbers of women, particularly Indigenous women, who are criminally charged and imprisoned.

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Seminar: 2015 Review of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities
Seminar: 2015 Review of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities

 LIV Media 19 Jul 2016

Join Independent Reviewer of the Victorian Charter, Michael Brett Young, as he explores...

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Familiarity may breed resentment
Familiarity may breed resentment

 Steven Sapountsis 14 Jul 2016

Quite some time ago, while waiting for court to commence, counsel for the parties engaged in the usual chit-chat with the judge’s associate. After a trial lasting several days, our client lost the case...

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Cross-examination: an art or a science?
Cross-examination: an art or a science?

 Daniel Sala, Richard Edney and Josh Taaffe 12 Jul 2016

Those who study and hone the skills of cross-examination are often called upon to consider the question – Is effective cross-examination an art or a science? In the past cross-examination was considered an art...

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From the LIV
From the LIV

 Nerida Wallace & Steven Sapountsis 01 Jul 2016

As president, I have met with many members and representatives from allied law associations representing lawyers from different geographical and cultural groups. I have also met with most Sections of the LIV...

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LIV Advocacy
LIV Advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

LIV president Steven Sapountsis and LIV CEO Nerida Wallace met with Thomas More Law School dean Professor Rocque Reynolds to discuss legal education in Victoria, including the LIV submission regarding legal education in Australia, and encouragement and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples studying law...

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LIV Council
LIV Council

 LIV Council 01 Jul 2016

The LIV Council meets each month to consider issues of importance to members, the legal profession and the community. At the 19 May meeting, Council considered...

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Law Council of Australia
Law Council of Australia

 Stuart Clark 01 Jul 2016

Given that the Act of 2001 is essentially the same as its predecessor, the Corporations Law of 1991, it means we are operating under legislation that is now effectively 25 years old...

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Community Consultation on IBAC, the Victorian Ombudsman and the Auditor-General
Community Consultation on IBAC, the Victorian Ombudsman and the Auditor-General

  LIV Submission 10 Jun 2016

The LIV’s submission to the Department of Premier and Cabinet on the...

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Law Institute welcomes abolition of baseline sentencing
Law Institute welcomes abolition of baseline sentencing

 LIV Media 10 Jun 2016

The LIV welcomes the abolition of baseline sentencing by the Victorian government. We note that a new ‘standard sentence scheme’ will be...

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Changes to Australia Post Letter Service
Changes to Australia Post Letter Service

 LIV Media 01 Jun 2016

On 1 January 2016, Australia Post introduced changes to its letter service. The result of these changes mean that it can now take up to 6 business days, as opposed to 2 business days...

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LIV Advocacy
LIV Advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2016

LIV president Steven Sapountsis and LIV CEO Nerida Wallace met Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen and discussed the protocols for members of the profession having priority on hearing days over self represented litigants...

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New withholding tax measure to apply to $2 million-plus property transactions
New withholding tax measure to apply to $2 million-plus property transactions

 LIV Media 24 May 2016

On 1 July 2016, a new tax measure will be introduced that, despite its name, will affect all Australian tax residents involved in property transactions...

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