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Tips to maximise your costs recovery
Tips to maximise your costs recovery

 LIV Professional Development 26 Feb 2018

The LIV’s legal costings team is often asked “how do I maximise costs recovery?” Unfortunately, this is usually asked after the hard work is done and proceedings have been finalised...

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Practice makes perfect in property law
Practice makes perfect in property law

 Melissa Lirosi 23 Feb 2018

Coming fresh to an area of law can sometimes feel like climbing a mountain. There's legislation to understand, procedures to get...

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Law Handbook turns 40
Law Handbook turns 40

 Karin Derkley 21 Feb 2018

Cyber-bullying, sexting, revenge porn, surrogacy and transgender issues were barely on the horizon 40 years ago. Now they are covered by new chapters in The Law Handbook, which turns 40 this year...

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Emerging leader says yes is the key to success
Emerging leader says yes is the key to success

 Karin Derkley 20 Feb 2018

Forget the five year plan or creating the perfect strategy – just find the aspects of your job that give you energy and build on those..

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Seven weird wills from around the world
Seven weird wills from around the world

 LIV Professional Development 20 Feb 2018

From the weird to the wonderful, here are seven of the most unusual will requests from around the world...

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Three simple steps that will help grow your business
Three simple steps that will help grow your business

 LIV Media 20 Feb 2018

Growing your business shouldn’t be viewed as just being the responsibility of a marketing team. The vast majority of sole practitioners and smaller firms...

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Practitioners forms updated and available
Practitioners forms updated and available

 LawBooks 19 Feb 2018

The LIV has released a new Memorandum of Common Provisions and updated Capacity Guidelines...

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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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Advising clients on aged care options
Advising clients on aged care options

 Rachel Lane 16 Feb 2018

Few stages in life are as complex and emotionally taxing for clients as aged care – whether they are seeking care for themselves or a loved one. The complexity is largely driven by the vast choices...

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Top tips for drafting wills for blended families
Top tips for drafting wills for blended families

 Melissa Lirosi 15 Feb 2018

Drafting wills for blended families comes with its own unique challenges. Practitioners are faced with finding practical solutions for clients...

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LIV building sale
LIV building sale

 LIV Media 15 Feb 2018

As our members know, the Law Institute of Victoria is selling its prominent CBD headquarters at 470 Bourke Street in Melbourne...

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Sex offender public register won’t protect our children
Sex offender public register won’t protect our children

 Dr Karen Gelb 14 Feb 2018

For his latest bid in the law-and-order auction that is the 2018 Victorian state election, Opposition leader Matthew Guy has promised a Serious Sex Offender Public Register...

 

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Savvy letter writing tips from a rock ‘n’ roll writer and former lawyer
Savvy letter writing tips from a rock ‘n’ roll writer and former lawyer

 Meg Crawford 13 Feb 2018

Save time and face for your next letter of advice with sharp writing and good prep...

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Sex offender photo register counter-productive and unnecessary
Sex offender photo register counter-productive and unnecessary

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2018

Critics say Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy's proposal for a photo register of sex offenders is misguided, will undermine the value of the sex offenders register and encourage vigilantism...

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Small firms may be caught by data breach notification scheme
Small firms may be caught by data breach notification scheme

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2018

Just because a firm has less than $3 million in turnover doesn’t mean it won’t be caught by the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme (NDBS) that comes into effect 22 February, technology lawyers have warned...

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