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Contents – June LIJ

Contents – June LIJ

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HUMAN RIGHTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Even during a pandemic, an administrative decision maker must exercise powers according to law and take human rights into account. The case of Loielo v Giles provides guidance.
By Vanessa Twigg
WORKPLACE CULTURE
The regulator and courts are set to toughen measures to stamp out offending behaviour in legal workplaces following the recent damning Review of Sexual Harassment in Victorian Courts.
By Carolyn Ford
ETHICS
There are some unique ethical challenges that government lawyers may face.
By Donna Cooper and Michael Dolan
VGS 
Victorian Government Solicitor Matthew Hocking’s leadership skills were tested as he came into the role with an onslaught of COVID-19 related work.
By Karin Derkley
CROWN LAND
Sitting outside the Torrens title system, Crown land is governed by its own legislation and practices, including for titling, management, sales, leasing, restricted land use and subdivision.
By Lauren Walley
REGIONS
Practitioners are experiencing heavy volumes of work as a result of the economic prosperity of western Victoria despite the pandemic.
By Karin Derkley
 
GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT
The introduction of the GPJR Act marked a significant change, providing a clear and express right to judicial review. While it is a positive development, two years on the practical implications are becoming apparent.
By Emily Jennings and Macky Markar
OPINION
2018 reforms in the name of community safety have disproportionately impacted women and Aboriginal people.
By Isabelle Skaburskis
 
 
REGULATION
For systemic risks such as those caused by climate change, the past is not necessarily a reliable guide to the future.
By Dariel De Sousa
WELCOME
 
 
 
 
OBITUARY
 
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: Material witness
Victorian law reform: Victim-survivors have their say
 
 
 
Technophile: Client Sense
 
 
  Diversity: Focus on resilience
 
Young Lawyers: Being a public servant
CAREER & LIV LIVING LAW
Admissions
Inside stories: The coming of CLCs
Advocacy Food/Wine/Coffee
With all due respect
Law Council of Australia Health and wellbeing
 
Beyond the law: Balancing act

 


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