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21 May 2018
Pro bono partnership to benefit Great Barrier Reef
A leading conservation group secured funding for multiple environmental projects in the recent federal budget, thanks in part to its pro bono associat...
18 May 2018
Brisbane’s business leaders to dance for justice
Prominent CEOs from across Brisbane will once again be donning their dancing shoes for a good cause. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Clients
18 May 2018
‘Convenient, accessible, cheaper and simpler’: VLA director shares what clients want
The executive director of Victoria Legal Aid has offered up some words of wisdom on what clients are searching for from a legal services perspective a...
18 May 2018
Global firm sacks partner for ‘inappropriate behaviour’
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP has expelled a partner without compensation from its London office. Write comment (1 Comment) ...
18 May 2018
SA Law Society slams Law Week as ‘inefficient use of resources’
Resources dedicated to community engagement can be better allocated across the course of the calendar year, rather than being pooled into a single wee...
18 May 2018
NRF adds senior government lawyer to its ranks
The global firm has appointed an experienced government advisor to its Canberra office. Write comment (4 Comments) ...
18 May 2018
Bakers turns it on for Barangaroo office
For Baker McKenzie, a move to Barangaroo wasn’t without some serious design overhaul. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
18 May 2018
Future bright for international arbitration
New research from a global law firm paints a positive picture moving forward for the arbitration of cross-border disputes. Write comment (1 C...
17 May 2018
Community-focused events a hit in WA Law Week
Law Week in the west has been “busy and engaging”, with the Law Society of Western Australia’s showcasing of access to justice resonating with...
17 May 2018
Guidelines expose risk of prejudice in access to Vic diversion programs
Court diversion programs in Victoria are at risk of bias and prejudice, a new report launched by Liberty Victoria's Rights Advocacy Project has reveal...
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