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9 Mar 2016
Embracing disruptive technology
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4 Mar 2016
Women’s Legal Service Queensland gets helping hand
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22 Feb 2016
Partners – Key considerations when exploring the market
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12 Feb 2016
Digital disruption and its impact on legal research
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11 Feb 2016
Migration Law Update - March
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10 Feb 2016
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Results Legal enjoys great results with client access
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15 Jan 2016
Life Insurance for Legal Professionals: In or Out of Superannuation?
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14 Jan 2016
Innovation has little to do with technology
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11 Jan 2016
If I move to the cloud, do I need to retrain staff?
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