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From the president: Reflecting on culture and tradition
From the president: Reflecting on culture and tradition

 Tania Wolff 01 Jun 2021

We must continue to hold ourselves to the highest standards and ensure legal workplaces are inclusive and safe.

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 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

In appearance before Judge Burchardt in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia(FCCA) this morning (27 April), his Honour indicated that when the matter turned for a further mention in September 2021, it was expected that it would be “back to normal” ...

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Opinion: The cruel politics of bail
Opinion: The cruel politics of bail

 Isabelle Skaburskis 01 Jun 2021

2018 reforms in the name of community safety have disproportionately impacted women and Aboriginal people.

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 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

This month’s books cover non-statutory executive action, a historical look at constitutional reform and responsible government in pre-federation Australia, Victorian land contracts and crime fiction.

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Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne...

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With all due respect: Sweet dreams
With all due respect: Sweet dreams

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

Change your tune for performance boost.

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From the president: LIV goes regional
From the president: LIV goes regional

 Tania Wolff 01 May 2021

Meeting lawyers in northwest Victoria was an eye-opening experience.

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 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2021

One of the concepts to come out of the Me Too movement is that when a woman makes an allegation of sexual harassment or assault against a man, “the woman should be believed”. 

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Rural: In the aftermath of trauma
Rural: In the aftermath of trauma

 Katherine Argentino 01 May 2021

By volunteering on the ground after the bushfires lawyer Katherine Argentino gained invaluable insight into her East Gippsland community.

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Opinion: Emergency powers need scrutiny
Opinion: Emergency powers need scrutiny

 Rosalind Croucher 01 May 2021

Ensuring accountability through COVID-19 lockdowns and curfews is a human rights issue.

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 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2021

This month’s books cover proportionality in constitutional law, anecdotes from legal practice, legal interpretation and contract law.

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Young Lawyers: Unsustainable expectations
Young Lawyers: Unsustainable expectations

 Anastasia Misarvidis-Tyshing and Matthew Healy 01 May 2021

Despite the legal profession no longer overtly promoting overwork, it is an unstated assumption that young lawyers will work overtime.

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2021

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne.

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With all due respect: No exaggeration
With all due respect: No exaggeration

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2021

Nothing, from a movie to a goal kicked, is simply very good any more.

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 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2021

I write to register my unequivocal opposition to the proposal that solicitors should be able to charge contingency fees in class actions...

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