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Contents – January/February LIJ

Contents – January/February LIJ

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Features News
AGED CARE
A conversation on the state of aged care in Australia between Bill O’Shea and Professor Joseph Ibrahim.
 
PROFILE
New LIV president Tania Wolff is optimistic the profession can move on from a year that was laced with challenges.
By Karin Derkley
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
There are key environmental considerations for industry, government and the legal profession as we recover from COVID-19.
By Gabrielle Guthrie and Jody Williams
LIV COUNCIL
 
 
 
SUPERANNUATION
Where a person may receive a superannuation death benefit and is the LPR of an estate, there may be a conflict. Recent cases have looked at that conflict and provide guidance for practitioners.
By Clare Sunderland
REGIONAL
COVID-19 accelerated many changes already underway in regional practice.
By Karin Derkley
 
CITIZENSHIP
A High Court decision has confirmed that Aboriginal Australians cannot be deported or removed from Australia under the migration legislation and instruments.
By Lauri Stewart
ASSOCIATIONS
Victoria's 15 regional and suburban law associations are highly valued LIV partners. Each group outlines their aims and activities.
 
 
FAMILY LAW
As the family courts face overwhelming demand, judges are encouraging parties to turn to arbitration. Practitioners can promote this as a way for parties to fast track their disputes and gain greater control over their matters.
By Debra Foulkes and Khloe Saw
REGIONAL
A country legal practice is no tree change fantasy but for Rebecca Alexander it has its rewards.
 
 
 
 
SUBURBAN
For Annamiek Van Loon practice in the suburbs is the real deal.
 
REPUTATION
In the wake of the Lawyer X scandal, Royal Commission recommendations around conduct of lawyers include strengthening access to ethical support.
By Carolyn Ford
 
JOURNAL UPDATE
Members are being given the choice to read the LIJ in digital or print format from April.
By Carolyn Ford
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
Ethics Committee rulings: Acting against former client
Victorian law reform: Towards more inclusive juries
 
 
Property: Cladding update
 
 
 
 
CAREER & LIV LIVING LAW
Admissions
LIV AGM: From the president Food/Wine/Coffee
With all due respect
Services Health and wellbeing
 
Beyond the law: From Footscray to Gove

 


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