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State of the profession 2020: Diversity still a challenge
State of the profession 2020: Diversity still a challenge

 Carolyn Ford 01 Apr 2020

Melbourne’s diverse population is not reflected at senior levels of the legal profession, the LIV’s annual conference heard in February.

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From the president: Diversity in practice
From the president: Diversity in practice

 Sam Pandya 01 Mar 2020

Collecting data is a crucial first step in understanding what the profession looks like...

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Lawyers breaking the barriers
Lawyers breaking the barriers

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2020

For law graduates from diverse backgrounds, overcoming the challenges of breaking into the legal profession requires extra grit...

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According to merit?/Diversity: Beyond gender
According to merit?/Diversity: Beyond gender

 Vanessa Shambrook 01 Mar 2020

There is a strong business case for greater diversity in the legal profession...

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Gender remains on the agenda
Gender remains on the agenda

 Marquita Nolan 01 Aug 2019

All legal workplaces can begin to take accountability for pay and other gender disparities in the workplace by conducting an annual gender pay gap analysis...
 

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Modern slavery: an uncomfortable truth
Modern slavery: an uncomfortable truth

 Naomi Hickey-Humble 01 May 2019

Slavery continues to be a human rights issue for the modern world and particularly vulnerable women...

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R is for refugee, R is for resilience
R is for refugee, R is for resilience

 Lauri Stewart 01 Apr 2019

I have been an immigration, refugee and human rights lawyer for more than 10 years, both in private and non-profit practice. In addition to the challenges faced by all lawyers – ungrateful and demanding clients and bureaucratic red tape...

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Changing face of the bar
Changing face of the bar

 Caroyln Ford 01 Oct 2018

Out with wigs, in with lycra – a photographic exhibition celebrates a mixed bunch of barristers...

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New law catches up
New law catches up

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2018

CLCs have played a role in furthering the rights of young trans people. There is a gradual yet pronounced change happening in access to justice...

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Pay gap shock
Pay gap shock

 Carolyn Ford 22 May 2018

Justice Chris Maxwell has a message for law firms paying male lawyers more than female lawyers for the same or equivalent work; please explain...

 

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2018

A gender issue: In the feature “It cuts both ways” (LIJ March 2018), Calum Cook makes the incredible statement that issues...

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That should be illegal
That should be illegal

 Julianna Marshall 01 May 2018

Many women lawyers would have grown up without contemplating that they could be paid less because they were female. Our natural expectation of pay equity is highlighted...

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Game changers to come
Game changers to come

 Molina Asthana 03 Apr 2018

Despite increased participation of women in sport, inequality remains in pay, conditions, recognition and media attention...

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Facing a double ceiling
Facing a double ceiling

 Anika Baset 01 Mar 2018

For many women of culturally diverse backgrounds there are further barriers to leadership in the workplace...

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William Ah Ket legacy recognised
William Ah Ket legacy recognised

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2018

The first Chinese-Australian barrister wowed the courts and the Victorian public with his legal prowess and rapier wit...

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