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Contents – September LIJ

Contents – September LIJ

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TECHNOLOGY THEORY
Technology has infiltrated our lives. Being able to recognise when it is advantageous and when it is harmful is a skill required by all legal practitioners.
By Fabian Horton
HARASSMENT POLICY
The LIV is taking the lead on stamping out sexual harassment in Victoria’s legal ranks by providing tools and resources for employers and firms.
By Carolyn Ford
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
It is worth examining the often-forgotten factors that impact a technology implementation, big or small, into a legal practice.
By Roshan Kumaragamage   
 
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
The pandemic has shown lawyers that technology to support remote working is not particularly complex, but how to properly manage people working remotely remains a challenge.
By Karin Derkley
DISCOVERY
There are some key considerations for practitioners looking to succeed in their next eDiscovery project.
By Tom Bennett-Mitrovski
TECHNOLOGY
The LIJ asked some savvy Victorian legal professionals to recommend their favourites.
By Karin Derkley
GOVERNANCE
Digital technology is integral to the practice of law. Lawyers have a responsibility to themselves as users of technology and to their clients who use technology.
By EJ Wise
PROFESSION
Australia’s legal profession has seen a 45 per cent increase in the number of practising solicitors, according to a new national snapshot.
 
DOMAIN NAMES
New domain name rules came into effect in April. What do changes to the licensing rules mean to businesses and legal practitioners?
By Erhan Karabardak   
OPINION
There are reasons to be optimistic about awareness, engagement and leadership – key areas on which real change depends.
By Justice Chris Maxwell
ETHICS
Legal ethics will continue to be challenged by the rapid advance of artificial intelligence. Moral and human judgment will always be needed by lawyers when faced with questions about their ethical obligations in practice. This cannot be replaced by artificial intelligence.
By Michael Dolan and Carly Erwin
 
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: Risk of disclosure
 
Property: Power to sell
 
Technophile: Bundledocs
 
 
 
Practice management: How to nurture a thriving culture
 
 
CAREER & LIV LIVING LAW
Admissions: 25 June and 15 July
Inside stories: Ethics and ripping yarns
LIV update: Institute of Legal Executives Food/Wine/Coffee
 
With all due respect
  Health and wellbeing
 

 


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