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Melbourne boutique hires new principal
Victorian-based boutique firm WARD Lawyers has appointed a new commercial litigation and insolvency principal. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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The brave new world of data security
It is prudent to be scared rather than brave in the modern world of data breaches and cyber attacks, where criminal enterprise endeavours to breach e...
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Keypoint adds 2 consulting principals
Keypoint Law has announced the appointments of two additional consulting principals. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
16 Jul 2018
Sydney Shire lawyer has practising certificate downgraded
A partner at Owen Hodge Lawyers, based in Sydney’s Shire region, will only be permitted to apply for registration as an employed solicitor from now ...
16 Jul 2018
How innovation is upending family law
As legal professionals begin to pivot around new technologies and business models, family lawyers are starting to see a rise in innovative methods of ...
16 Jul 2018
Firm announces NSW expansion
An Australian law firm will debut in NSW with the recruitment of injury law and employment law specialists. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
16 Jul 2018
Cooper Grace Ward promotes 7
Australian law firm, Cooper Grace Ward, has announced seven promotions, effective 1 July. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
13 Jul 2018
Gumtree legal spruiker wins appeal on spent conviction
A West Australian man who offered legal assistance for reward via a Gumtree advertisement has won an appeal in the WA Court of Appeal regarding a lowe...
13 Jul 2018
Privacy and cyber risk — Turning uncertainty into opportunity
Australia’s technological landscape is ever evolving. Across sectors, digital technologies are constantly shifting business rules by facilitating ne...
13 Jul 2018
WA firm appoints COO
A Western Australian law firm has announced the appointment of a new chief operations officer. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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