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LIV is moving to a new home

LIV is moving to a new home

By LIV Media

Real Property Workplace 

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The Law Institute of Victoria is moving to a new home in Melbourne’s legal precinct.

The LIV is relocating to floors 12 and 13 in the 140 William Street building and will move in mid-December.

The move follows the successful sale of the LIV’s 470 Bourke Street building – the home of the LIV for the last 40 years.

LIV President Belinda Wilson said: “Our new home at 140 William Street is in the heart of the legal precinct and will be extremely convenient for our members, staff and the public. It will be far more fit-for-purpose for our members.”

Ms Wilson said: “The design of the new office will be customised to meet the specific needs of members and staff and include modern layouts for the LIV law library and the bookshop.

“The valuable feedback we received from members in the building design survey, plus the ongoing conversations with staff and the building design workshops that have been conducted, has certainly helped us during the office design process.

“It will be great to have everyone on two floors – it’s going to be more productive and efficient and help create an even stronger inclusive and member-centric culture,” Ms Wilson said

The LIV has developed a robust investment policy statement to guide the management of the proceeds from the 470 Bourke Street building sale, ensuring that the LIV has a sophisticated, healthy and ethical long term investment plan to safeguard the funds.

Ms Wilson said: “The move is the start of a new era for the LIV and will allow us to better serve the legal profession and the community.”

More information about the move to 140 William Street will be provided to members over the coming months.


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