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Diversity boosts business performance
Diversity boosts business performance

 Karin Derkley 23 Oct 2017

Diversity in the workplace isn’t just about doing the right thing – it’s also likely to enhance law firms’ competitiveness, says a recent report by the Law Society of NSW’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee...

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Essay prize to honour first Asian-Australian barrister
Essay prize to honour first Asian-Australian barrister

 Karin Derkley 17 Oct 2017

An essay-writing scholarship valued at $5000, to be judged by some of Australia’s most senior judges and practitioners, has been launched in honour of the country’s first barrister of Chinese descent, William Ah Ket...

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An evolution, not a revolution
An evolution, not a revolution

 Naveed Khan 02 Oct 2017

The legal profession does not reflect the cultural diversity in the community...

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The Jury Is In
The Jury Is In

 Michelle Whyte 01 Sep 2017

The more diverse a group, the more ways of seeing the world. The justice system has long embraced this concept. We rely on a random selection of people from diverse backgrounds...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2017

Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association vice president Maria Barbayannis, Arnold Bloch Leibler lawyer Maneka Siva Nathan, Lander & Rogers lawyer Hannah Kotzman, Indigenous Law Students...

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More power to women
More power to women

 Elena Tsalanidis 01 Jul 2017

Victorian Women Lawyers congratulates its patron Chief Justice Marilyn Warren on paving the way for judicial equality. The first female Chief Justice of any Australian Supreme Court...

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Firms sign up for cultural diversity
Firms sign up for cultural diversity

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2017

Eleven large law firms have signed a commitment to promote cultural diversity. The managing partners of Clayton Utz, Herbert Smith Freehills, Ashurst, Allens, Minter Ellison, Henry Davis York...

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Women in Leadership:  Interview with Kate Palmer, CEO of the Australian Sports Commission
Women in Leadership: Interview with Kate Palmer, CEO of the Australian Sports Commission

 Melissa Lirosi 10 Apr 2017

You’ve probably noticed a boom in the coverage of women’s sport recently...

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Time to reflect the community
Time to reflect the community

 Anika Baset 01 Apr 2017

Cultural diversity in the legal profession is more relevant than ever. Cultural diversity was put back on the agenda in 2016, with prominent media figures such as...

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Closing a justice gap
Closing a justice gap

 Zoe Chan 01 Apr 2017

Justice Connect's Stage 2 Access provides free legal help to vulnerable teens. For trans and gender-diverse teens, access to Stage 2 hormone treatment...

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Be bold for change – International Women's Day is not just about women
Be bold for change – International Women's Day is not just about women

 Belinda Wilson 09 Mar 2017

Yesterday, we celebrated International Women’s Day – a day to call all of us, irrespective of gender, age or...

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Tasneem Chopra keynote speaker at Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch
Tasneem Chopra keynote speaker at Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch

 LIV Media 02 Mar 2017

Prominent cultural diversity commentator Tasneem Chopra is the keynote speaker at the Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch...

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Pride in diversity
Pride in diversity

 Courtney Adamson 01 Mar 2017

Work on LGBTI issues reflects DLA Piper’s own practices on diversity and inclusion. DLA Piper has, for many years, provided pro bono assistance to organisations and individuals...

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Family violence and diversity
Family violence and diversity

 Jennifer Jones 01 Mar 2017

Are you positive you have eliminated discrimination? In March 2016 the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence released its breakthrough report recommending...

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According to merit: Planning for parental leave
According to merit: Planning for parental leave

 Kate O’Connor 01 Dec 2016

A caretaker partner initiative has been valuable in setting cultural expectations at Maddocks. Maddocks knows that its success depends on its people. In 2013, partners Lisa Chung and Michelle Dixon...

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