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E-conveyancing can be e-fficient
E-conveyancing can be e-fficient

 Heather Hibberd 01 May 2019

Four practitioners from different sized and structured firms tell how they have adapted to the electronic conveyancing system. The firms all joined the first and, at the time, only electronic lodgement network operator, PEXA, at different times in the past five years...
 

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Attorney-General calls for transparency
Attorney-General calls for transparency

 Carolyn Ford 01 May 2019

The Attorney-General Jill Hennessy wants transparency in the justice system – a belief honed during her time as a lawyer...

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From classroom to courtroom
From classroom to courtroom

 Rebecca Johnston 01 Apr 2019

In 2013, I moved to Australia in search of an adventure and, like many of my compatriots, to escape from the austerity that had taken hold of Ireland. I arrived as a high-school teacher and believed that teaching was my career for life...

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Bendigo honours local magistrate
Bendigo honours local magistrate

 Carolyn Ford 03 Dec 2018

A fundraiser auction produced a win-win for two good causes in the community...

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Equine lore
Equine lore

 Carolyn Ford 01 Nov 2018

LA-based Norton Rose Fulbright lawyer David Francis’ love of horses has taken a literary turn...

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Dutch honour
Dutch honour

 Karin Derkley 01 Oct 2018

Retired lawyer and amateur historian Noel Jackling has been recognised as a knight of the Order of Oranje-Nassau... 

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New job new era
New job new era

 Karin Derkley 01 Dec 2017

Victoria’s new Chief Justice Anne Ferguson is the first solicitor to lead a superior court in Australia...

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Mr Crossword's milestone
Mr Crossword's milestone

 Carolyn Ford 01 Dec 2017

Patrick Street’s mind works in mysterious ways. Mr Street, 75, is the retired deputy chief magistrate behind Letters of the Law, the LIJ’s legal cryptic crossword...

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Not old enough to retire
Not old enough to retire

 Karin Derkley 01 Dec 2017

Eighty seven-year-old Vito Cilauro, the oldest practising LIV member, has been an inspiration to his community – and popular culture...

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How to ace your next interview
How to ace your next interview

 Thomas Hobbs 01 Jul 2016

Doing your homework and knowing as much as you can about the role and the firm or organisation you want to work for will pay off.

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Preparing for your performance review
Preparing for your performance review

 Katie Miller 04 Jun 2015

Winter is coming. Which means so are performance reviews...

 

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