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Prison a revolving door of trauma for women
Prison a revolving door of trauma for women

 Karin Derkley 14 Jun 2019

Women and girls are returning to prison over and over again because of “interjurisdictional neglect”, prisoners' advocate Debbie Kilroy told the LIV's Women in Leadership lunch...

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Legal profession Queen’s Birthday honours
Legal profession Queen’s Birthday honours

 LIV Media 11 Jun 2019

The LIV congratulates members of the legal profession recognised with Queen’s Birthday honours...

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Consultation: Legal profession rules
Consultation: Legal profession rules

 Law Institute of Victoria 07 Jun 2019

The LIV is seeking member feedback on proposed new Rules related to Chapter 4 (Business Practice and Professional Conduct) of the Legal Profession Uniform General Rules 2015.

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LIV to develop new trust consulting and practitioner support framework
LIV to develop new trust consulting and practitioner support framework

 LIV Media 07 Jun 2019

From 1 July 2019, the LIV will begin rolling out a framework providing education, mentoring and support for legal practitioners early on in their legal career, through to winding up their legal practice...

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Sisters Inside’s Debbie Kilroy and former Justice Betty King headline LIV Women in Leadership event
Sisters Inside’s Debbie Kilroy and former Justice Betty King headline LIV Women in Leadership event

 LIV Media 06 Jun 2019

Leading human rights advocate and CEO of Sisters Inside, Debbie Kilroy OAM will deliver the keynote address at this month’s Women in Leadership lunch, presented by the Law Institute of Victoria...

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Updates in Commercial Leasing
Updates in Commercial Leasing

 LIV Media 04 Jun 2019

Monash University Law and the Supreme Court of Victoria are hosting a panel of expert practitioners to provide an update on the latest developments in commercial  leasing and tenancy law...

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Firms harness multi-generational power
Firms harness multi-generational power

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2019

Generational differences are being embraced in law firms reaping the benefits of diversity...

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Victim study prompts OPP action
Victim study prompts OPP action

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jun 2019

Lawyers are urged to more effectively consider the views of victims of crime before reaching prosecution decisions...

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In the public interest
In the public interest

 Karin Derkley 01 Jun 2019

Victoria Legal Aid CEO Louise Glanville is mindful of the need to nurture VLA’s relationships with the private sector...

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Dealing with misconduct
Dealing with misconduct

 Dr Simon Smith 01 Jun 2019

In the second of a four-part series on the history of the LIV, Simon Smith looks at the challenges of discipline and conduct dishonourable, discreditable and derogatory in the early years...

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Practice support boost for members
Practice support boost for members

 Law Institute of Victoria 01 Jun 2019

 Close to 1000 members have responded to a survey outlining what they want from Victoria’s peak legal body...

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Restorative approach gets results
Restorative approach gets results

 Julie Edwards 01 Jun 2019

Thanks to strong leadership and a commitment to reduce the prison population by 30 per cent in 15 years, New Zealand is starting to turn things around...

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Charter of Human Rights demands access
Charter of Human Rights demands access

 Tal Shmerling 01 Jun 2019

The Victorian Supreme Court has confirmed that courts must consider the distinct cultural rights of Aboriginal people under the Victorian Charter when making decisions in relation to an Aboriginal person’s request to be heard in the Koori Court.

 

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The importance of civility
The importance of civility

 Michelle Sharpe 01 Jun 2019

Bullying in any workplace is harmful to mental health. But bullying in the legal profession may have other consequences...

 

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Time to go online
Time to go online

 Katarina Palmgren 01 Jun 2019

The introduction of an online court in Victoria for low value civil disputes would present an unprecedented opportunity to truly modernise the civil justice system, increase access to justice and reduce the strain on the Victorian courts...  

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