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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne...

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With all due respect: Your choice
With all due respect: Your choice

 Law Institute Journal 01 Mar 2020

Do you long for fewer choices?

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Health and wellbeing: Take five
Health and wellbeing: Take five

 Meghan Warren 01 Mar 2020

It’s a time of change in law firm culture and in the approach of practitioners to their own physical and mental wellbeing...

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Beyond the law: Elder honoured by Children’s Court
Beyond the law: Elder honoured by Children’s Court

 Karin Derkley 01 Mar 2020

Retired Court elder uncle Kevin Coombs has made a difference to the lives of hundreds who have appeared before Koori Courts...

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Law Institute of Victoria welcomes criminal records reform
Law Institute of Victoria welcomes criminal records reform

 LIV Media 27 Feb 2020

Legislation to ensure old criminal offences do not have to be disclosed for minor offences will help support rehabilitation of people in the community, according to the Law Institute of Victoria.

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Welcome for Associate Justice Julian Hetyey
Welcome for Associate Justice Julian Hetyey

 LIV Media 27 Feb 2020

Welcome for Associate Justice Julian Hetyey at Supreme Court of Victoria, addressed by LIV President-elect Tania Wolff

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Law firms cited for gender equality
Law firms cited for gender equality

 Carolyn Ford 27 Feb 2020

Nineteen law firms have been cited as employers of choice for gender equality by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency [WGEA].
 

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Annualised salary changes are coming from 1 March 2020 – What could this mean for your law practice?
Annualised salary changes are coming from 1 March 2020 – What could this mean for your law practice?

 Joel Zyngier, Veronica Belot and Michelle Luarte 27 Feb 2020

The Fair Work Commission’s (‘FWC’) decision of 4 July 2019 (‘decision’) will change annualised salary provisions under 23 modern awards from 1 March 2020 onwards.

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LIV submission on a new Online Safety Act
LIV submission on a new Online Safety Act

 Technology and the Law Committee 25 Feb 2020

The LIV has made a submission to the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications consultation on a new Online Safety Act...

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Costs central to class actions, conference told
Costs central to class actions, conference told

 Karin Derkley 25 Feb 2020

Cost considerations are central to class actions practice, Slater and Gordon class actions group leader Andrew Paull told the LIV National Costs Law Conference...

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Introducing the 2020 LIV Young Lawyers president Alice Cooney
Introducing the 2020 LIV Young Lawyers president Alice Cooney

 LIV Young Lawyers 24 Feb 2020

The 2020 LIV YL president is Alice Cooney, a Crimina Division lawyer at the County Court of Victoria.

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LIV recommends Centrelink hardship provisions for victims of elder financial abuse
LIV recommends Centrelink hardship provisions for victims of elder financial abuse

 LIV Elder Law Committee 21 Feb 2020

The LIV is concerned about the impact of Centrelink's Income and Asset's test in accessing the eligibility for a pension of a victim of elder financial abuse...

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Going backwards on family violence: Rosie Batty
Going backwards on family violence: Rosie Batty

 Carolyn Ford 19 Feb 2020

Rosie Batty began her presentation at the family violence roundtable at the LIV on Tuesday with TV news footage from the day of her son Luke’s murder in February, 2014.

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Data Protection – Technology & Cyber Risk
Data Protection – Technology & Cyber Risk

 Peter Docherty 19 Feb 2020

One of the biggest assets of a law practice is its reputation.  Reputational risks can strike without warning and consequences can be costly and have a long-term impact on the standing of a legal practice.

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Governments must regulate on waste management, LIV
Governments must regulate on waste management, LIV

 Karin Derkley 17 Feb 2020

The LIV has recommended the state government introduce a "polluter pays" principle to strengthen the accountability of product manufacturers, encourage recycling, and reduce waste...

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