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Contents – April LIJ

Contents – April LIJ

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PUBLIC INTEREST DISCLOSURES ACT
Amendments made to the concept of improper conduct in the Public Interest Disclosures Act draw on the Act’s purpose to encourage and facilitate disclosure of impropriety.
 By Malcolm Harding
DIVERSITY
There are growing numbers of Aboriginal lawyers working across Victoria but support is still needed to overcome barriers.
By Karin Derkley
 
INSOLVENCY
Three trials in the Federal Court provide clarity on key issues in unfair preference claims.
By Jason Geisker and Georgina Overend
HEALTH
New LIV wellbeing manager Megan Fulford will boost the LIV’s efforts to support members in challenging times.
By Karin Derkley
PROPERTY LAW
Disputes between co-owners continue to engage the Supreme Court. Most prolific in a non-statutory context concern whether a joint tenancy has been severed to create a tenant in common. The arcane topic of adverse possession between co-owners is the subject of another decision. And disputes over partition and sale on appeal from VCAT continue.
By Philip Barton
PC RENEWAL
All current practising certificates will expire on 30 June 2021.
 
 
 
 
 
 
VICTORIA PLANNING PROVISIONS
The VPP were a pioneer in regulation by design and the model offers a path to make a wider range of regulation simpler and more accessible by adopting a Victorian Regulatory Design Protocol.
By Andrew Natoli
LIV AWARDS
Twenty-three years on from its inception, the Paul Baker Award remains a fitting embodiment of the legacy of a man who continues to be sadly missed in all his areas of endeavour.
By Eu-Jin Teo
COMMERCIAL LAW
A recent UK decision and the compelling reasons of the minority call for Australian courts to revisit the rule against reflective loss.
By Anton Trichardt
OPINION
Organisations need to adopt serious measures to prevent sexual harassment at work.
By Genevieve Collins
Every Issue
LIJ COURTS & PARLIAMENT
From the president High Court judgments
Unsolicited Federal Court judgments
  Family law judgments
  Supreme Court judgments
  Legislation update
  Practice notes
REVIEWS PRACTICE
Online
 
 
Technophile: Concord
 
 
 
According to merit?/Diversity: Workplace misconduct in the spotlight
 
CAREER & LIV LIVING LAW
Admissions
Member update: Member outreach program Food/Wine/Coffee
Council: LIV update
With all due respect
  Health and wellbeing
 
Beyond the law: Year of hopes and dreams

 


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