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Ethics Committee rulings: Conflict of interest
Ethics Committee rulings: Conflict of interest

 LIV Ethics Committee 01 Oct 2019

Ethical dilemmas are part of everyday practice for solicitors.The LIV Ethics Committee is available to help...

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Ethics in practice: Here to help you
Ethics in practice: Here to help you

 Carolyn Ford 01 Oct 2019

The revamp of LIV Ethics is part of the LIV’s new direction...

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Ethics: Publicity and costs of innocence
Ethics: Publicity and costs of innocence

 Gino dal Pont 01 Aug 2019

Lawyers do well to cooperate with any complaints inquiry even if the complaint is considered unjustified...

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In confidence
In confidence

 Jayr Teng 01 Jul 2019

The issue of medical privilege has been clarified by the Victorian Court of Appeal in Medical Board of Australia v Dr Geoffrey Kemp...

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Government lawyers the ‘moral compass’ of their organisations
Government lawyers the ‘moral compass’ of their organisations

 Karin Derkley 19 Jun 2019

Government lawyers have been urged not to lose sight of "true north" and ensure they give "honest fearless advice" on every legal issue that arises...
 

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Consultation on Artificial Intelligence: Australia's Ethics Framework
Consultation on Artificial Intelligence: Australia's Ethics Framework

 Technology and the Law Committee 24 May 2019

The LIV has provided feedback to the Law Council of Australia's submission on the Consultation on Artificial Intelligence: Australia's Ethics Framework...

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The lawyer by implication
The lawyer by implication

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Apr 2019

Being clear about client identity is critical in fulfilling ethical responsibilities...

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Money for nothing
Money for nothing

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Oct 2018

The notion that lawyers can charge for work not performed may need some rethinking... 

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 Is tech fluency a legal ethical duty?
Is tech fluency a legal ethical duty?

 Hana Lee 03 Sep 2018

Lawyers refusing to adapt to new technology will find themselves incapable of completing basic legal tasks...

 

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Unethical or incompetent – does it matter?
Unethical or incompetent – does it matter?

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Aug 2018

There is a qualitative difference between conduct that is ‘unethical’ and conduct that is ‘incompetent’...

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Profession by lawyers
Profession by lawyers

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Jun 2018

A commitment to public service must involve more than providing a service to the public. Law has since medieval times taken its place as one of the three...

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Independence rules
Independence rules

 Gino Dal Pont 03 Apr 2018

Lawyer independence must function to moderate the trajectory and cost of litigation...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2018

Letters to the editor: When a government last looked at nomenclature, wigs and titles, about 30 years ago, I among others suggested calling the magistrates’ courts “local courts” and...

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Verification of identity
Verification of identity

 LIV Ethics Committee 01 Feb 2018

Ethical dilemmas are part of everyday practice for solicitors. The LIV Ethics Committee is available to help...

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Dissecting dishonesty
Dissecting dishonesty

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Feb 2018

While expedience may tempt lawyers to falsely certify the witnessing or execution of a document, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that behaviour of this kind is dishonest...

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