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OPINION
9 May 2017
Getting by (mentally) in the gig economy
The gig economy offers lawyers more modern, flexible arrangements for conducting legal work, but adoption of such a professional lifestyle must give r...
Stuart Taylor
8 May 2017
Mastering stress and sustainable high performance
When it comes to pressure and stress, the legal industry is certainly over represented – which I’m sure comes as no surprise to anyone who has pra...
Outsource
2 May 2017
Exclusivity should be non-negotiable when outsourcing your tenders
In Australia, outsourcing a B2B tender will cost a professional services firm anywhere from $10,000 to $60,000, depending upon the scale and complexit...
1 May 2017
How to develop a law firm app
In the US, the market has been shifting increasingly away from websites to apps, writes Garth Brown. Write comment (2 Comments) ...
28 Apr 2017
Ignorance of open source law is no defense
Ignorance of the law is no defense, writes Hugh Darvall. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
27 Apr 2017
What law firms need to know about cloud cyber security
The cloud is a fundamental technology solution option that truly solves all kinds of law firm business and legal IT challenges including innovation, s...
26 Apr 2017
Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and accessorial liability: the legal profession in the crosshairs?
At a recent seminar hosted by Lander & Rogers, Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James cautioned that advisers, including lawyers, are in her sights und...
24 Apr 2017
Jump ship for a lazy extra $20k?
We’ve all experienced the approach. The unsolicited recruiter or poacher whispering sweet nothings into our ears about the green grass that lies jus...
20 Apr 2017
Are eating disorders being forgotten in the fight for wellbeing?
While significant strides continue to be made in addressing anxiety and depression by the Australian legal profession, and support mechanisms for stud...
19 Apr 2017
A look at the legalities of the Essendon air crash
The release of the preliminary findings of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau into the crash of the King Air B200, VH-ZCR, into the DFO shopping o...
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