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Charity begins on the phone
Charity begins on the phone

 Jennifer Batrouney and Angela Lee 01 Oct 2018

The Victorian Supreme Court held that the TIO, which operates an industry ombudsman scheme to provide a free and independent dispute resolution service for small business and residential consumers...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2018

Benefits of e-conveyancing to the consumer: It is natural that any change will have its challenges, and the digitisation of property is a significant piece of industry transformation...

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In_sites

 LIV Library 01 Oct 2018

The Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia provides some useful reports on its website...

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In_sites

 LIV Library 03 Sep 2018

The Practice Manual for Tribunals assists tribunal members in carrying out their duties... 

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Opportunity or wasted capital?
Opportunity or wasted capital?

 Mira Stammers 03 Sep 2018

Artificial intelligence can create opportunities, however, introducing it into your firm requires deep consideration of the impact it may have on your business model...

 

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Embracing a new PMS
Embracing a new PMS

 Peter Moran 03 Sep 2018

Users of your new practice management system will need to come to grips with the new skills and mindset required. Here are a few tips for a smooth transition...

 

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 Is tech fluency a legal ethical duty?
Is tech fluency a legal ethical duty?

 Hana Lee 03 Sep 2018

Lawyers refusing to adapt to new technology will find themselves incapable of completing basic legal tasks...

 

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Keeping up with the latest
Keeping up with the latest

 Marcus Memmolo 03 Sep 2018

Lawyers should be thinking about how they engage with technology...

 

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Lawyers feel ill-equipped
Lawyers feel ill-equipped

 Fabian Horton 03 Sep 2018

Respondents to a recent survey on technology use and knowledge in the legal profession favoured mandatory ongoing education...

 

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Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA
Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA

 Property and Environmental Law Section 10 Aug 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is concerned by the most recent cyber security incident involving theft of money being paid as part of property transfers transacted using PEXA...

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The Inconvenient Reality
The Inconvenient Reality

 Ian Bloomfield 02 Aug 2018

The need for law firms to act on cyber security is overwhelmingly compelling...

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PEXA hack boosts calls for delay
PEXA hack boosts calls for delay

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2018

Security breaches have compounded concerns about the mandatory electronic conveyancing system...

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LIV calls for PEXA rethink
LIV calls for PEXA rethink

 Belinda Wilson 01 Aug 2018

More security needs to be in place before the e-conveyancing system becomes mandatory...

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 LIV Library 01 Aug 2018

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority is an independent statutory authority supervising institutions across the banking, insurance and superannuation industries. Its new website contains practice guides...

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PEXA cybercrime incidents – lessons learned
PEXA cybercrime incidents – lessons learned

 Ian Bloomfield 02 Jul 2018

In the midst of all the coverage of the recent PEXA cybercrime incidents it is worth taking a step back to identify what lessons can be learned...

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