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2020 LIV Council Elections

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Careers in Law: Rose Cameron
Careers in Law: Rose Cameron

 Trang Chau 26 Jun 2017

Criminal law barrister Rose Cameron spoke to LIV Young Lawyers about her experiences which led her to the bar and how the criminal law has been an ever-present theme throughout her legal career...

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Obituary: Richard Wright
Obituary: Richard Wright

 Kevin Childs 01 Jun 2017

Rare it is for a magistrate to be compared to a Hollywood comedian. Yet this comparison was made by Terry Moran, formerly a top public servant and friend for 50 years, in his eulogy for...

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Judged in a different light
Judged in a different light

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jun 2017

Photographer Bill Henson's latest unveiling attracted an enthusiastic legal crowd. Bill Henson's photographic exhibition is proving a major drawcard at the National Gallery of Victoria...

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Justice in play
Justice in play

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2017

Lawyers will perform David Williamson's intense legal play for BottledSnail. It might be a bit of a jump from law revue sketches to one of David Williamson's more...

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Chief Justice Marilyn Warren resigns
Chief Justice Marilyn Warren resigns

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2017

The LIV has paid tribute to Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Warren who announced her decision to resign in October. Chief Justice Warren was appointed Chief Justice in September 2003...

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Family Court Chief Justice to retire
Family Court Chief Justice to retire

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2017

Family Court Chief Justice Diana Bryant will retire in October after 13 years in the position. Chief Justice Bryant was the second woman to head a federal jurisdiction after the Hon Elizabeth Evatt...

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New era for High Court
New era for High Court

 Dr Heather Roberts 01 May 2017

Chief Justice Susan Kiefel’s swearing-in was broadcast live on national television and may mark a shift in public attention paid to these rituals...

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Top 10 rising stars
Top 10 rising stars

 Melissa Lirosi 01 May 2017

At the 13th Victorian Legal Awards 10 emerging stars will be recognised. Nine of the 10 nominees: Ben Hine, Sach Fernando, Tara Stark, Steve Clayton, Jenny Tran, Jaclyn Smith...

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Grace under fire
Grace under fire

 Karin Derkley 01 May 2017

A film about rural women workers hopes to challenge the acceptance of sexual harassment in the bush. When ANU College of Law academic Dr Skye Saunders sent out an invitation on...

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Chief witness
Chief witness

 Karin Derkley 01 May 2017

Moira Rayner’s big voice has been a boon to her latest role. The first wedding lawyer Moira Rayner performed was for Aboriginal activist Gary Foley. The two had worked together on the...

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Obituary: Rod Smith
Obituary: Rod Smith

 Ian Dunn 01 Apr 2017

My task is to talk of Rod (or Smithy) and law and the profession. Before I embark on a summary of what Rod achieved, I must point out that it was all done in the company of Robin, his wife...

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Welcome: Justice David O'Callaghan
Welcome: Justice David O'Callaghan

 Belinda Wilson 01 Apr 2017

Justice David O’Callaghan was welcomed as a judge of the Federal Court of Australia on 10 February 2017. Among the speakers was LIV president Belinda Wilson...

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Lawyers going bush
Lawyers going bush

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2017

How and where to practise law is a question all lawyers face once qualified. The LIJ spoke to five practitioners who chose regional Victoria as the place to hang their shingle...

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Work in progress
Work in progress

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2017

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. What hours do you work and where? We job-share a position. Angela is in the office Monday, Wednesday...

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Draft pick
Draft pick

 Carolyn Ford 01 Apr 2017

PSM recipient Gemma Varley has dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s on hundreds of pieces of legislation. The humble comma has been known to bring the Office of the Chief Parliamentary Counsel to a standstill...

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