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Council: Governance Review Update
Council: Governance Review Update

 Carolyn Ford 01 Dec 2019

A preliminary report of the LIV governance review is due this month.

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Advocacy: Submissions
Advocacy: Submissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2019

LIV Submissions: 2020–2021 federal pre-budget submission to Law Council Of Australia, Best Practice Guide in Relation to Elder Abuse, sale of land, committal hearings, national charter of human rights, family violence competency of legal practitioners, ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry, swimming pool and spa safety standards and family law system review.
Inside stories: YL marks 40 years
Inside stories: YL marks 40 years

 Carolyn Ford and Adam Wakeling 01 Dec 2019

When the LIV Young Lawyers Section started four decades ago it quickly grew and continues to engage new generations of lawyers and students.

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2019

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

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With all due respect: Beach burnout
With all due respect: Beach burnout

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2019

What’s to like about sharks, stingers and sand?

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Health and wellbeing: Mental first aid in practice
Health and wellbeing: Mental first aid in practice

 Chris Molnar 01 Dec 2019

It is common for workplaces to have a first aider for physical injuries but not mental illness, and yet mental health is no less important.

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Beyond the law: Pink vests holding the line
Beyond the law: Pink vests holding the line

 Karin Derkley 01 Dec 2019

Lawyers play an important role as impartial observers when protests flare.

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Law Institute of Victoria recognises 32 new Accredited Specialists
Law Institute of Victoria recognises 32 new Accredited Specialists

 LIV Media 28 Nov 2019

The Law Institute of Victoria and the Specialisation Board have recognised 32 lawyers who have achieved Accredited Specialisation across seven areas of law.

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Access to justice will be expanded by introduction of group costs orders, says LIV
Access to justice will be expanded by introduction of group costs orders, says LIV

 LIV Media 28 Nov 2019

Enabling the Supreme Court to make group costs orders in class actions will increase access to justice, according to the Law Institute of Victoria.

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Welcome ceremony for Magistrate Meghan Hoare
Welcome ceremony for Magistrate Meghan Hoare

 LIV Media 28 Nov 2019

Welcome ceremony for Magistrate Meghan Hoare Court 1 Melbourne Magistrates Court Address by LIV Council member John McPherson

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Lifting the game on corporate social responsibility
Lifting the game on corporate social responsibility

 Karin Derkley 27 Nov 2019

Law firms are lifting their game on corporate social responsibility measures, but air travel continues to be a sticking point for firms trying to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions...

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LIV November Board meeting report
LIV November Board meeting report

 LIV Media 27 Nov 2019

The LIV Board met on Thursday 21 November and newly declared Councillors elect were invited to the meeting. Rebecca Alexander and Caitlin Baker attended.

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LIV supports amendments to Freedom of Information legislation
LIV supports amendments to Freedom of Information legislation

 Administrative Review and Constitutional Law Committee 26 Nov 2019

The Law Institute of Victoria has in a submission to the Law Council of Australia provided comments and concerns regarding amendments in the Freedom of Information Legislation Amendment...

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Gateway Project shows how good design solves legal problems
Gateway Project shows how good design solves legal problems

 Karin Derkley 22 Nov 2019

Justice Connect's online triage and referral service the Gateway Project has won the Premier's Design Awards for service design...

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Law Institute of Victoria calls for stamp duty reform to protect elder financial abuse victims
Law Institute of Victoria calls for stamp duty reform to protect elder financial abuse victims

 LIV Media 22 Nov 2019

Victims of elder financial abuse should be protected from paying stamp duty on property transfers when they recover their stolen real estate, according to the Law Institute of Victoria (‘LIV’).

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