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From the LIV
From the LIV

 Nerida Wallace & Steven Sapountsis 01 Jun 2016

There have been big changes in the relationship between the LIV and the statutory regulator. I have been associated with the LIV for a long time...

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Our changing relationship  with software
Our changing relationship with software

 Paul Gray 01 Jun 2016

All those promises of data security offered by software vendors might not be as ironclad as they appear. Public sensitivity about privacy and the protection of personal data is at an all-time high...

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Inside stories
Inside stories

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2016

Former lawyer James Milsom has found a way to bring his creative skills and legal training together in a podcast that focuses on stories in the law...

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What can your membership do for you?
What can your membership do for you?

 LIV Member Engagement 17 May 2016

To commence the renewals period for the 2016/17 membership year, the LIV has launched a newly redesigned website with enhanced functionality, greater mobile and tablet responsiveness and...

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Embracing the future
Embracing the future

 Steven Sapountsis 05 May 2016

Professor Richard Susskind delivered the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre Centenary Oration at Victoria University on Tuesday night. The oration was entitled “The Future of Courts and Legal Services”...

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Technology: Chain reaction
Technology: Chain reaction

 Fabian Horton 01 Apr 2016

The technology behind bitcoin could have a profound effect on governments, banks, exchanges and brokers, and the lawyers who advise them. 

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Blue sky opportunity
Blue sky opportunity

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2016

Chief Justice Marilyn Warren forecasts more class actions, expansion of ADR and tribunal jurisdictions, greater judicial control and transformation of the courts by technology in the future...

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Technology in mediation
Technology in mediation

 Nussen Ainsworth and Meghann Clark 01 Apr 2016

While technology will not replace the role of the mediator, there are technological tools that practitioners can use to support their existing practice. Online dispute resolution (ODR) is a lesser known tool under the... 

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The best free legal research sites
The best free legal research sites

 Steven Sapountsis 04 Feb 2016

As recently as 2009, an Australian court has repeated the legal proposition that “ignorance of the law” is not an excuse for, or a defence to, a breach of the law...

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A Santa sack of apps for lawyers
A Santa sack of apps for lawyers

 Katie Miller 10 Dec 2015

There's no denying it – we are well and truly into the Christmas season. Melbourne Cup Day is a distant memory, over the top Christmas lights are adorning houses and end of year parties are in full swing...

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The changing face of the legal profession
The changing face of the legal profession

 Katie Miller 12 Nov 2015

Sony stopped making Betamax video tapes this week. Until I heard the news, I hadn't realised that Sony still made them, some three decades after VHS won the video wars of the 1980s. But it turns out that some people continued...

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Five tech terms lawyers should know but are too afraid to google
Five tech terms lawyers should know but are too afraid to google

 Katie Miller 23 Sep 2015

If there is a truism for the 21st century, it's that technology is always changing. We got used to mobile phones and then it was emails. We had a handle... 

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Time poor but well read – internet resources to keep you up to date
Time poor but well read – internet resources to keep you up to date

 Katie Miller, LIV President 2015 20 Aug 2015

What do lawyers want? When the LIV asks members this question, a common response is “information”... 

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Five things you should know about cloud computing
Five things you should know about cloud computing

 Katie Miller 13 Aug 2015

Earlier this year, I blogged about technologies lawyers could be using to deliver legal services. One of the technologies mentioned was cloud computing...

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Top ten legal myths busted
Top ten legal myths busted

 Katie Miller 23 Jul 2015

My family enjoyed the recent school holidays by binging on all that Netflix has to offer. A particular favourite was Suits. My husband loved it but I took a little bit more time to warm to it (I’m well and truly addicted now). My difficulty was... 

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