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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 03 Dec 2018

Photos from the Bendigo Law Association annual dinner, Gender on the Agenda, the LIV Melbourne Press Club forum: the Politics of Crime and more...

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Maximise your employability in law
Maximise your employability in law

 Sach Fernando 22 Nov 2018

It was my penultimate year of law school and I had completed clerkships at three major law firms – Allens, Lander and Rogers and Middletons (now K&L Gates)...

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Legal service helping Aboriginal youths is forced to close
Legal service helping Aboriginal youths is forced to close

 Karin Derkley 21 Nov 2018

Balit Ngulu, which closed down in October because of a lack of ongoing funding, would seem exactly the kind of service needed to keep Aboriginal kids out of prison and out-of-home care...

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Boot camp won't reduce reoffending, experts say
Boot camp won't reduce reoffending, experts say

 Karin Derkley 20 Nov 2018

Sending lower level teen offenders to "boot camp" may be more likely to entrench them in a life of crime than "scare them straight", youth justice experts say...

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The LIV Young Lawyers Wear for Success Drive – an overwhelming success
The LIV Young Lawyers Wear for Success Drive – an overwhelming success

 Georgia Smith and Stefani Janson 13 Nov 2018

In October, 25 Victorian law organisations took part in the inaugural LIV Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee Wear for Success Clothing Donation Drive...

 

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Legal apps – what’s the big deal?
Legal apps – what’s the big deal?

 Blake Connell 05 Nov 2018

Talk of legal apps has been increasingly appearing on my LinkedIn feed...

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Politicians and legal community go head to head on crime
Politicians and legal community go head to head on crime

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2018

The judiciary and their sentencing practices came in for criticism at the Politics of Crime forum at the Melbourne Press Club...

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Stopping the revolving door
Stopping the revolving door

 Jona Villanueva 30 Oct 2018

How Whitelion leads the way in shaping the future of young adults at risk...

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LIV Young Lawyers and Orange Sky blanket drive
LIV Young Lawyers and Orange Sky blanket drive

 Georgia Smith 08 Oct 2018

In a first for the LIV Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee, it successfully partnered with Orange Sky, a mobile laundry service for the disadvantaged and homeless, to provide donations to those most in need...

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LIV calls on government to fund Balit Ngulu
LIV calls on government to fund Balit Ngulu

 Family Law Section 05 Oct 2018

The LIV has written to the Attorney-General Martin Pakula expressing concern at the closure of the Aboriginal Youth Legal Service known as Balit Ngulu because of a lack of government funding...

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Youth detention centre must support lawyers and their clients
Youth detention centre must support lawyers and their clients

 Karin Derkley 20 Sep 2018

The new youth detention centre at Cherry Creek needs to be made safe and appropriate for lawyers as well as their clients, the LIV has said...

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LIV Young Lawyers are supporting Wear for Success this October
LIV Young Lawyers are supporting Wear for Success this October

 Stefani Janson and Rebecca McCarthy 17 Sep 2018

This October, the LIV Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee are supporting Melbourne based not-for-profit organisation Wear for Success...

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Youth justice system in 'perfect storm'
Youth justice system in 'perfect storm'

 Karin Derkley 12 Sep 2018

Victoria's youth justice system has been steadily neglected, leading to a "perfect storm" of system breakdown, a panel event aimed at fixing youth justice heard this week...

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Reflections on legal writing
Reflections on legal writing

 LIV Young Lawyers 06 Sep 2018

This week LIV Young lawyers is celebrating the launch of Adam Wakeling’s new book Stern Justice...

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Vicarious trauma: a normal part of lawyering
Vicarious trauma: a normal part of lawyering

 Emma Muse 03 Sep 2018

We’ve all been there – you’re working with a client who has been deeply traumatised and they disclose something that makes you feel...weird... 

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