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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Dr Michelle Sharpe 01 Jun 2021

In Victoria International Container Terminal Limited v Lunt [2021] HCA 11 (7 April 2021) the High Court had to consider whether an applicant’s motive for commencing proceedings (and concealment of that motive) amounted to an abuse of process that necessitated a permanent stay of the proceeding.

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Jun 2021

Appeal from primary judge rejecting agreed penalty and imposing substantially higher penalty.

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

Law Institute of Victoria: COVID-19 Hub – www.liv.asn.au/COVID19

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Ethics Committee rulings: Material witness
Ethics Committee rulings: Material witness

 LIV Ethics Committee 01 Jun 2021

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

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Ethics: ‘Me Too’ on the character radar
Ethics: ‘Me Too’ on the character radar

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Jun 2021

Explicitly bringing sexual harassment into the fold of professional discipline reflects a change in character inquiry.

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Victorian law reform: Victim-survivors have their say
Victorian law reform: Victim-survivors have their say

 VLRC 01 Jun 2021

The VLRC is considering changes to reduce trauma experienced by complainants and witnesses in cases of sexual assault.

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Technology: What happened to smart contracts?
Technology: What happened to smart contracts?

 Mike Azarnikow 01 Jun 2021

Several limiting factors have prevented the widespread adoption of contracts that reside exclusively in code. But there is a small yet growing appetite for SLCs.

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Young Lawyers: Being a public servant
Young Lawyers: Being a public servant

 Edmund Yuan 01 Jun 2021

What can you expect from working in government and why should you consider it?

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Dr Michelle Sharpe 01 May 2021

Section 92.

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 May 2021

Apprehended bias – trial judge does not recuse himself – Full Court held hypothetical observer might reasonably apprehend that the trial judge might be influenced subconsciously by extraneous information.

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2021

Law Institute of Victoria: COVID-19 Hub – www.liv.asn.au/COVID19

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Ethics: Dealing with self-represented litigants
Ethics: Dealing with self-represented litigants

 Carly Erwin 01 May 2021

A solicitor must be conscious of their competing ethical duties to the court and the administration of justice, their client and the self-represented litigant.

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Technophile: Smarter Drafter
Technophile: Smarter Drafter

 Peter Moran 01 May 2021

This contract automation platform assembles contracts automatically based on comprehensive and dynamic questionnaires tailored to the specific area of law.

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Advocacy: Submissions
Advocacy: Submissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2021

LIV Submissions: Skilled migration: 18 recommendations, LIV recommends Charter reform, Voice to Parliament and Disability human rights framework.

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Dr Michelle Sharpe 01 Apr 2021

Foreign divorce.

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