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BigLaw
25 May 2018
Embedding an innovative culture in law firms
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Pinsent Masons Alison Laird to discuss what it means to have a culture of in...
Graduate, graduation, law graduates
25 May 2018
Grad oversupply limiting salary movement
An oversupply of graduates across the legal profession has led to hamstrung salary movement and strategic intake and retention of young lawyers, accor...
work platform, fully agile working model
25 May 2018
International firm rolls out ‘full-agility’ work platform
An international law firm has marked the opening of its new Melbourne office by implementing a fully agile working model for all employees. Wr...
25 May 2018
‘Intensity’ of NT Law Week helps increase understanding of law
Reflecting on this year’s Law Week activities, Law Society of the Northern Territory president and MSP Legal director Maria Savvas said such dates o...
25 May 2018
Strategic turning point for power producer’s investment in Aus
Financial close has been successfully reached for two gas-fired power station projects owned by RATCH-Australia. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
24 May 2018
AMP reveals new group general counsel
Embattled financial institution AMP has named a former senior associate at Ashurst and Gilbert + Tobin as its new group general counsel, following ...
24 May 2018
Universities ‘failing’ law grads
A number of Australian law graduates have voiced their concern that the current legal curriculum being offered by universities across the board is fai...
24 May 2018
Australian law falling behind on driverless cars
The nation is not prepared for the advent of new technologies such as connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) and must get its act together on updati...
24 May 2018
ASX-listed battery developer completes multimillion-dollar capital raising
A national law firm has advised ASX-listed battery developer, Redflow, on its latest capital raising as the company looks to pursue greater opportun...
24 May 2018
Submissions open for 2018 Australian Law Awards
Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with UNSW, is pleased to announce that submissions are now open for this year’s Australian Law Awards. Write ...
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