Learn how you can become a specialist with the LIV Accredited Specialisation Program. Enhance your career development opportunities and view the 16 areas of Law.
Many firms have limited time and resources and skills with which to effectively promote their practice and attract new clients. Referrals from clients and other sources can be a cost-effective way to develop new business.
Find the latest seminars, workshops, conferences, training and networking opportunities in our whatsOn Calendar. Register to attend to stay connected and up-to-date.
Enjoy exclusive offers and savings as a member of LIV. Explore the savings and take advantage of the LIV Privileges program and other exclusive member discounts.
The LIV provides you with a range of dispute resolution services such as PRO and Property Law disputes including an application form and guidelines.
LIV Mentoring links experienced lawyers (mentor) with lawyers (mentee) seeking professional development, support, assistance and career guidance.
LIV members can benefit from participating in the LLS by having their occupational liability capped. The Scheme is an initiative provided by the LIV for its members. Find out more about the Scheme.
Nominate your peers for the Law Institute of Victoria Awards, explore past awards recipients and celebrate excellence and outstanding achievements of lawyers in your community.
LIV members also have access to practice management content from starting, managing, merging or closing a practice. Find information on succession planing, human resources and more.
Access information about getting a degree in Laws, learn how to maximise your employment opportunities, search the latest jobs and graduate positions or browse through our mentor directory.
The LIV has joined with the societies in Australia in offering reciprocal services to members. As a visiting member. Access library research facilities, practice management advice and meeting rooms.
Explore the LIV Young Lawyers Portal for information, activities, news and helpful resources for students, graduates and new solicitors.