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Tips and Traps for Apps
Tips and Traps for Apps

 Peter Moran 01 Sep 2017

Computers are quickly changing the way practitioners go about their work, especially in the world of drafting, negotiation and execution of contracts...

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Tech Competency: A New Standard
Tech Competency: A New Standard

 Fabian Horton 01 Sep 2017

A thorough knowledge of technology is becoming necessary for Australian legal practitioners. More courts are expecting it and much of modern law uses it...

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How Secure Is Your Firm?
How Secure Is Your Firm?

 Karin Derkley 01 Sep 2017

The buck stops with law firm partners when it comes to cyber security. Partners are personally liable for any damaging cyber attacks...

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When Disaster Strikes
When Disaster Strikes

 Sam Pandya 01 Sep 2017

LIV Council Member Sam Pandya has learned from experience to have a backup plan in place. Learn about cloud storage options and the resources needed for up to five computers...

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What Is Document Automation?
What Is Document Automation?

 Peter Wu 01 Sep 2017

Adopters of automation stand to reap benefits far exceeding implementation costs. It enables integration with external systems to populate data and practice group information...

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Notifiable Data Breaches
Notifiable Data Breaches

 Adam Wakeling 01 Sep 2017

The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 makes it mandatory to report eligible data breaches to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and affected individuals. It takes effect on 22 February 2018 unless proclaimed sooner...

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Video Conferencing Risks
Video Conferencing Risks

 Legal Practitioners' Liability Committee 01 Sep 2017

Video conferencing is a prime example of changing technology affecting the way lawyers do business, but there are risk management issues to consider when using video conferencing...

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Everyone is going tech
Everyone is going tech

 Fabian Horton 01 Aug 2017

Everywhere you look at the moment it seems that lawyers are going all tech, everything from the paperless office to AI assistants...

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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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Focus on soft skills
Focus on soft skills

 Fabian Horton 01 Jul 2017

Technology can be used to support business skills and professional relationships. While the legal profession obsesses over technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain...

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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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Rogers Legal Writing Award winner
Rogers Legal Writing Award winner

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2017

Lawyer Fabian Horton is the winner of the 2017 Rogers Legal Writing Award with his feature “Law, technology and new ethics,” which was published in the June 2016...

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Taking the lead
Taking the lead

 Katie Miller 01 Jun 2017

Legal innovation need not be expensive or complicated. Robot Lawyers Australia is a free online service developed by Doogue O'Brien George to help unrepresented people before...

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A look at the “Wannacry” global hack
A look at the “Wannacry” global hack

 Belinda Wilson 25 May 2017

LIV president Belinda Wilson discussed the “Wannacry” global hacking phenomenon with LIV IT manager Tony Jakubaitis...

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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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