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Speech recognition technology and the future of legal work
Speech recognition technology and the future of legal work

 LIV Media 13 Feb 2017

Speech recognition technology is becoming increasingly common in law firms. In this LIV podcast...

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Into the future: the ultimate joy ride
Into the future: the ultimate joy ride

 Katie Minogue 01 Feb 2017

Complex legal and ethical issues are just some of the challenges faced as autonomous vehicles take to the road. Picture this...

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Is cloud the right answer?
Is cloud the right answer?

 Ian Bloomfield 01 Feb 2017

What determines if using a cloud solution is appropriate? Simply put, cloud computing is the delivery of information and on-demand computing resources (networks, servers, storage...

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December LIJ flipbook
December LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2016

Welcome to the December LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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In_sites
In_sites

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2016

Austlii – South Australian Government Gazettes: More of the historical South Australian Government Gazettes have been digitised. As of October 2016 the Gazettes for the years 1839-1998...

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Troubleshooting tips
Troubleshooting tips

 Simon Massouras 01 Dec 2016

There are a few simple things every computer user should know how to do. Simple backup: Set up a simple backup/restore for your PC or Mac computer. Before you begin your backup of data...

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LIV gives IT equipment to schools
LIV gives IT equipment to schools

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

The LIV is donating its decommissioned IT hardware to schools to reuse equipment that still has plenty of working life, even if it is no longer suitable for the needs of the organisation...

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In_sites
In_sites

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

The Business Victoria website is published by the state and provides great tips for anyone starting or running a small business. There are nine key subject tabs which include setting up a business, succession, workshops...

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Paperless office a work in progress
Paperless office a work in progress

 David Whiting 01 Nov 2016

Before you move to an electronic system, ask around about what will suit your practice. A little more than six years ago, my firm decided to install an electronic document management system...

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Courts of the future
Courts of the future

 Phil Farrelly 01 Nov 2016

Courts need a default digital mode to be adopted to move forward. The Australian e-court story goes back to the late 1980s when the successful prosecution of a new scale of white collar crime...

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Cyber security alert
Cyber security alert

 Stuart Clark 01 Nov 2016

The LCA is working in partnership with the LIV, cyber security experts and government to address the needs of the legal profession. Cyber security is finally getting the attention it deserves in our national public debate...

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Welcome to Law Books
Welcome to Law Books

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

The LIV bookshop has a new name – Law Books. The unique retail outlet has been renamed to better reflect the titles it carries for lawyers and law students. Law Books is the only specialist legal bookstore in Australia...

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The right skills for future-fit lawyers
The right skills for future-fit lawyers

 Karin Derkley 01 Oct 2016

In a profession under challenge, the winners will be those with the professional and people skills to add value for their clients. As a young personal injury lawyer...

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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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Online: In_sites
Online: In_sites

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

The District Courts of New Zealand website has begun publishing judicial decisions from the New Zealand District Courts. The website will include selected decisions from the Court’s criminal, family, youth and civil jurisdictions...

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