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‘Paltry’ legal aid funding fails to keep pace with demand
‘Paltry’ legal aid funding fails to keep pace with demand

 Karin Derkley 04 Apr 2019

The federal government’s "underwhelming" funding package for legal assistance will place more pressure on the Victorian state government to cover ballooning demand for legal aid, says LIV president Stuart Webb...
 

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Advocating for reform of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights
Advocating for reform of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 02 Apr 2019

The Law Institute of Victoria has written to the Victorian Attorney-General to advocate for progress in the review and reform of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (Vic)...

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Don’t Google it: The right way to research
Don’t Google it: The right way to research

 LIV Membership 02 Apr 2019

Google is a great search tool for a quick book title, but it’s the wrong place to look if you want fast and accurate legal research...

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LIV president touring South West Victoria
LIV president touring South West Victoria

 LIV Media 02 Apr 2019

LIV president Stuat Webb is visiting courts and legal practitioners in South West Victoria this week...

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April LIJ flipbook
April LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2019

Welcome to the April LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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YLJ Flipbook - Autumn Edition
YLJ Flipbook - Autumn Edition

 LIV Young Lawyers 01 Apr 2019

Welcome to the YLJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify text and click through to read about your favourite article and find out about upcoming YL events...

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President's Report
President's Report

 Matthew Daly 01 Apr 2019

Welcome to the first edition of the YLJ for 2019. I wish to thank the previous LIV Young Lawyers president Brendan Lacota for his dedication to our profession throughout 2018 and I look forward to building on this momentum in 2019... 

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Editorial: Building Resilience
Editorial: Building Resilience

 Alice Cooney & Kate Wild 01 Apr 2019

“Life is not a matter of holding good cards, but of playing a poor hand well.” Robert Louis Stevenson. Tests of resilience occur often in the law as you are dealing with consequences and variables that are outside your control...

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3 ways to overcome perfectionism
3 ways to overcome perfectionism

 Jenny Awad 01 Apr 2019

According to Associate Professors Thomas Curran and Andrew P Hill, perfectionism – the irrational striving for flawlessness combined with overly critical self-evaluation...

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Dealing with discrimination
Dealing with discrimination

 Kelvin Ng 01 Apr 2019

Lawyers are responsible for upholding the rule of law, an integral component of which is equality before the law. In light of this, it is somewhat ironic that the composition of the legal profession itself...

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The only way is up
The only way is up

 Jessica Awad 01 Apr 2019

There is a wealth of knowledge to acquire when you are just starting out. Learning how to be a lawyer is a lot like learning how to do other important things in life: you need to have a go and receive feedback until you get it right...

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How to bounce back
How to bounce back

 Emina Besirevic 01 Apr 2019

Some people are either unwillingly defined by adversity, while others gleam with competence in their ability to transcend bad times, refusing to see hardships as anything but temporary...

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From classroom to courtroom
From classroom to courtroom

 Rebecca Johnston 01 Apr 2019

In 2013, I moved to Australia in search of an adventure and, like many of my compatriots, to escape from the austerity that had taken hold of Ireland. I arrived as a high-school teacher and believed that teaching was my career for life...

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R is for refugee, R is for resilience
R is for refugee, R is for resilience

 Lauri Stewart 01 Apr 2019

I have been an immigration, refugee and human rights lawyer for more than 10 years, both in private and non-profit practice. In addition to the challenges faced by all lawyers – ungrateful and demanding clients and bureaucratic red tape...

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Building a resilient career
Building a resilient career

 Sharon Henderson 01 Apr 2019

Resilience helps a lawyer thrive in their chosen field and build a sustainable career. At Legal People, we have often found lawyers to be particularly resilient. The process of becoming a lawyer...

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