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LIV Running Group
LIV Running Group

 LIV Young Lawyers 17 May 2018

Back in February-March 2017 a few committed LIV members and staff decided that they’d like to start a running group for Melbourne’s legal community. The idea quickly gathered momentum, with many likeminded members...

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Rising stars
Rising stars

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2018

At the 14th Victorian Legal Awards 11 emerging stars are recognised in the Lex Medicus Rising Star Award...

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Five benefits of being a mentor
Five benefits of being a mentor

 LIV Mentoring Program 16 Apr 2018

We all hear about how important it is to find a great mentor early on in your career. Having someone in a more senior role to bounce ideas off, share struggles with and get inspiration from is incredibly beneficial no matter what career you’re in...

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No defence: The case against Moxie CrimeFighter
No defence: The case against Moxie CrimeFighter

 Law Institute Journal 03 Apr 2018

At some point in the future your correspondent looks forward to an awards ceremony where Apple defies Gravity, Gulliver shares showbiz gossip with Rumer and North West misses the red carpet because she got lost...

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YLJ Flipbook - Autumn Edition
YLJ Flipbook - Autumn Edition

 Young Lawyers Journal 15 Mar 2018

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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Working for asylum seekers on Nauru
Working for asylum seekers on Nauru

 Justice Connect 13 Mar 2018

Justice Connect’s Nauru Network provides pro bono assistance to asylum seekers on Nauru to judicially review decisions made by the Supreme Court of Nauru concerning their refugee claims...

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Follow NT’s lead to raise criminal age
Follow NT’s lead to raise criminal age

 Karin Derkley 06 Mar 2018

State and territory government should stop trapping children in the "quicksand of the criminal justice system" by following the Northern Territory's commitment to raising the age of criminal responsibility...

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Gaining teeth
Gaining teeth

 Tessa Van Duyn 01 Mar 2018

A recent decision of the Supreme Court will ensure that the Victorian government and public authorities will comply with, and have regard to, human rights in their day to day business and when engaging with the community...

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Restoring the damage
Restoring the damage

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2018

The whole community benefits when young offenders are made accountable to their victims through restorative justice practices.

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Helping young people transition out of care
Helping young people transition out of care

 Karin Derkley 16 Feb 2018

Giving young people the support to transition into the community from out-of-home care will help reduce the future burden on social welfare and the justice system, the Law Institute of Victoria and youth justice services say...

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Youth workers, not police, needed in schools
Youth workers, not police, needed in schools

 Karin Derkley 06 Feb 2018

The Opposition's proposal to embed police in Victorian schools will do nothing to prevent youth crime and will instead foster a schools-to-prison pipeline, youth justice advocates say...

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Meet the 2018 YL President, Brendan Lacota
Meet the 2018 YL President, Brendan Lacota

 LIV Young Lawyers 25 Jan 2018

The 2018 president of the LIV Young Lawyers (YL) is Brendan Lacota from Moonee Valley Legal Service...

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Ethnicity rarely relevant in crime reporting
Ethnicity rarely relevant in crime reporting

 Karin Derkley 22 Dec 2017

Don’t focus on race where it is not relevant, and avoid reinforcing ethnic-based stereotypes when reporting on crime, lawyers from the Police Accountability Project have advised journalists...

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How can I write for LIV Young Lawyers publications? Part 2
How can I write for LIV Young Lawyers publications? Part 2

 Adam Wakeling 18 Dec 2017

Writing for the LIV Young Lawyers publications is a great way to develop your skills and get your name out there in the profession. Here’s a few more tips on how to get started...

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Sexual abuse of children alleged at 4000 institutions: Royal Commission
Sexual abuse of children alleged at 4000 institutions: Royal Commission

 Carolyn Ford 08 Dec 2017

More than 4000 institutions where sexual abuse of children is alleged to have occurred have been identified by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse...

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