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LIV advocacy in response to COVID-19
LIV advocacy in response to COVID-19

 LIV Legal Policy 01 Apr 2020

In reponse to the effect of COVID-19 on the legal profession, the LIV has written to the Commonwealth and Victorian Attorney-General about the need for support in the legal and justice sector...

 

 

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Consultation on proposed legislative reform of Children, Youth and Families Act 2005
Consultation on proposed legislative reform of Children, Youth and Families Act 2005

 Family Law Section 01 Apr 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria has welcomed the introduction of a new framework to support children in out-of-home care and reduce the impact of the criminal justice system on young people in care...
 

 

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April LIJ flipbook
April LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2020

Welcome to the April 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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From the president: Adapting to changing times
From the president: Adapting to changing times

 Sam Pandya 01 Apr 2020

Our commitment to justice, ethics and integrity should not be underestimated.

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2020

Congratulations on your wonderful tribute to John Cain (Jan/Feb LIJ, p13)...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2020

Photos from the Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch, the Asian Australian Lawyers Association celebrating the Lunar New Year and more...

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Automation: Computer says no
Automation: Computer says no

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2020

Lawyers need an understanding of automated decision-making to make sure it is not entrenching disadvantage and discrimination.

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Smartphone security tips
Smartphone security tips

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2020

Smartphones have become central to lawyers’ work. Cyber experts suggest 10 tips for phone use.

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LIV regional tour: LIV tours bushfire zone
LIV regional tour: LIV tours bushfire zone

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2020

LIV executives travelled 800 kilometres to listen to 50 lawyers across six locations in the state’s east and north east.

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State of the profession 2020: Diversity still a challenge
State of the profession 2020: Diversity still a challenge

 Carolyn Ford 01 Apr 2020

Melbourne’s diverse population is not reflected at senior levels of the legal profession, the LIV’s annual conference heard in February.

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PC renewal: Time to renew your PC
PC renewal: Time to renew your PC

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2020

All current practising certificates will expire on 30 June 2020. If you intend to practise beyond this date, you must apply to renew your certificate.

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Innovation: What’s holding us back?
Innovation: What’s holding us back?

 Jennie Pakula 01 Apr 2020

The digital economy and technology present opportunities for the legal profession, yet few lawyers are entering this space. Does regulation stop innovation, or are there greater forces at work?

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Internet domain names: On the verge of change
Internet domain names: On the verge of change

 Peter Moran 01 Apr 2020

Legal practitioners, especially commercial lawyers, should have an understanding of the technical processes and legal rights underpinning domain names.

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Digital signatures: Redesigning signing
Digital signatures: Redesigning signing

 Mark Burrows 01 Apr 2020

Electronic signatures can be a reliable, cost-effective and secure way of executing a document, but they are not without risks. Digital signatures mitigate those risks and can be more secure than ink.

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Reversing Robodebt
Reversing Robodebt

 Miles Browne and Charley Brumby-Rendell 01 Apr 2020

Days before the test case challenging Centrelink’s Robodebt system was listed for final hearing, the federal government conceded that Robodebt contained a fatal legal flaw.

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