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Contempt of court under review
Contempt of court under review

 VLRC 01 Apr 2019

In the age of social media it is timely to ask whether the law is still fit for purpose...

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How to tackle cyber-bullying
How to tackle cyber-bullying

 Hayley Chester and Alex Dworjanyn 01 Aug 2018

Social media platforms have produced an emerging form of family violence and sexual assault...

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Congratulations to our legal award winners
Congratulations to our legal award winners

 Belinda Wilson 02 Jul 2018

The 14th Victorian Legal Awards showcased our best and brightest and highlighted that across the state the legal profession is in good hands...

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LIV launches 'Lawyers: Influencing our future' social media campaign
LIV launches 'Lawyers: Influencing our future' social media campaign

 LIV Media 21 May 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria has launched a social media campaign, called ‘Lawyers: Influencing our future’, to highlight the different ways lawyers give back in the community.

 

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Misleading online reviews: Not recommended
Misleading online reviews: Not recommended

 Charles Noonan 01 Mar 2018

Consumers place trust and confidence in online reviews when making purchasing decisions. Accordingly, the manner in which reviews are collected, moderated and published is an area of heightened focus for the ACCC...

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Navigating social media
Navigating social media

 Elisa Hesling 01 Jul 2017

Why do you need to know about privacy when you’re a non-privacy lawyer? Your legal radar may not be attuned to privacy. Victorian and commonwealth government clients naturally require privacy...

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Top 10 tips for using LinkedIn
Top 10 tips for using LinkedIn

 Thomas Hobbs 15 Jun 2017

Everyone talks about LinkedIn, but using it can be intimidating. Here are 10 tips from recruiter Thomas Hobbs to make the platform work for you...

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What’s so great about social media?
What’s so great about social media?

 LIV Membership 06 Jun 2017

Ten years ago, social media was largely used by early adopters and uni students, and most people over the age of 30 thought it...

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute of Victoria 01 Jun 2017

From 1 June 2017 the Court of Appeal commenced a six month pilot making audio-visual recordings of its criminal hearings publicly available through the Supreme Court of...

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A balancing act
A balancing act

 Alysia Blackham and George Williams 01 May 2017

Social media has a role to play in the courts, but it must be used to reinforce, not undermine, judicial independence. Judicial independence is a fundamental feature of the Australian constitutional...

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Social security
Social security

 Elizabeth Gray and Vivienne Storey 01 May 2017

What goes on among friends and colleagues shouldn’t necessarily go up. The closing party was fantastic. It was a nine-month negotiation to finalise the beachfront re-development...

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Presidential reading list
Presidential reading list

 Belinda Wilson 30 Mar 2017

Reading has always been an important pastime, but it in recent years it has come second to the ever-mounting stack of emails, submissions and board papers. I am sure that I am not alone in this predicament...

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How to protect jury trials
How to protect jury trials

 Norrie Ross 01 Nov 2016

In the hit television series Making a Murderer there was constant criticism of police and the prosecutors that they shamelessly used the media to try and bolster their case against Steven Avery and ensure his conviction for killing...

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You are what you write, right?
You are what you write, right?

 Belinda Wilson 06 Oct 2016

Being asked to write a few blogs for the weekly president’s section has made me realise two things. First, it is very easy to develop writer’s block, or more likely, to find yourself in a constant state of writer’s block...

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Firms become social media savvy
Firms become social media savvy

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Who would have predicted just a few years ago that the Supreme Court of Victoria would have its own Facebook page and Twitter account or that one of its senior judges would regularly tweet on subjects...

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