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 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Practitioners reveal how they balance the demands of their professional and personal lives. Michael Chaaya: Partner and financial services practice team leader, Corrs Chambers Westgarth and senior fellow...

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Time shifting
Time shifting

 Jo Bassett 01 Nov 2016

Would it surprise you to know that you are not as time poor as you think? Time poor was a term coined at the end of the 20th century to describe the feeling that comes with the pressure of being...

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Raise your pulse and lower your stress
Raise your pulse and lower your stress

 LIV Young Lawyers 11 Oct 2016

Exercise is one of those things – like eating healthily and drinking plenty of water – that we all mean to do. We start the year with the best intentions, with workout plans, exercise apps and fitness trackers...

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Career Planning – Steering your ship
Career Planning – Steering your ship

 Linda Rayment & Dan Steege 04 Oct 2016

Practice management demands on modern lawyers are becoming increasingly diverse. Strong client relationships and a clear understanding and recognition of personal capabilities and branding are paramount to your personal success...

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Wellbeing for judges
Wellbeing for judges

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

Judges are getting help to manage relentless exposure to tragedy. In May this year, the Judicial College of Victoria (JCV) launched a web resource offering a vast cache of research and advice....

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Dealing with trauma
Dealing with trauma

 Cathy Kezelman and Pam Stavropoulos 01 Oct 2016

Acknowledgement of trauma and implementation of trauma-informed practice within legal practice and systems is long overdue. Doing so will enhance both individual and community wellbeing...

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Pro bono: Be prepared for trauma
Pro bono: Be prepared for trauma

 Sophie McNamara 01 Oct 2016

In many workplaces the psychological impact of traumatic material is not considered until a crisis occurs. The challenges that come from working with traumatic material and distressed clients won’t be news to anyone...

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Wellbeing: From helplessness to resilience
Wellbeing: From helplessness to resilience

 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2016

There is a role for optimism and pessimism in the legal profession. In this column in July I wrote of a reason to be optimistic regarding the future of wellbeing in the legal profession...

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Top 10 tips for aspiring young lawyers
Top 10 tips for aspiring young lawyers

 Jesse Rankine 13 Sep 2016

Jesse Rankine is an elected member of the Regional and Suburban Young Lawyers Committee (RSYLC). In the lead up to the RSYLC Month, Mr Rankine offers some tips to young lawyers...

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The Mindful Lawyer: tips and tools for managing stress
The Mindful Lawyer: tips and tools for managing stress

 Alida Vandewiele 06 Sep 2016

As the corporate world becomes increasingly fast-paced, many people are looking for ways to manage anxiety and improve concentration...

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YLJ flipbook - Spring edition
YLJ flipbook - Spring edition

 Young Lawyers Journal 02 Sep 2016

Welcome to the YLJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify text and click through to read about your favourite article and find out about upcoming YL events...

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Still changing lives
Still changing lives

 Dr Brianna Chesser and Glenn Rutter 01 Sep 2016

The ARC List looks at the underlying causes of offending behaviour for people diagnosed with a mental illness or cognitive impairment. A recent study has shown that it successfully reduces recidivism...

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Take time out to unwind
Take time out to unwind

 Lauren Greer 01 Sep 2016

Are you feeling restless with the daily grind? Your next holiday couldn’t come soon enough? Take a day out of your busy schedule and head down to the Mornington Peninsula to unwind...

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Get away to the Grampians for a short break
Get away to the Grampians for a short break

 Michelle Pawluck 01 Sep 2016

For a weekend of hiking and spectacular views head for Halls Gap. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and head to Halls Gap in the heart of the Grampians National Park, only three hours from Melbourne...

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Wellbeing: Let's get specific
Wellbeing: Let's get specific

 Jo Bassett 01 Sep 2016

Less procrastination and more success - it's time to make goals work for you...

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