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Career: The invincible summer – learning to deal with rejection
Career: The invincible summer – learning to deal with rejection

 Adam Wakeling 01 Nov 2020

Finding a job in a competitive market is not easy at the best of times. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many law students and graduates will need to deal with rejection. 

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Success: What takes us from merely capable to distinguished?
Success: What takes us from merely capable to distinguished?

 Radu Catrina 01 Nov 2020

Victorian Legal Award winners Demetrio Zema and Colleen Chen share their thoughts and insights on forging your own path.

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Parental leave: Three lawyers and a baby
Parental leave: Three lawyers and a baby

 Sylvie Alston 01 Nov 2020

Young lawyers want work-life balance and being with their children is part of that. Sania Ciciulla, Lachlan Cloak and Andrea De Souza share their experiences.

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Bullying: Too many exceptions are proving the rule
Bullying: Too many exceptions are proving the rule

 Margaret Cai 01 Nov 2020

Law students are aware that future workplaces may be cut-throat environments that mete out poor treatment, protected by a culture of silence. ALSA is moving to disrupt this expectation.

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Advice: With the benefit of hindsight
Advice: With the benefit of hindsight

 Annmarie Geros 01 Nov 2020

Senior practitioners share the advice they would give their younger selves. 

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Principal interview: What are law firms  looking for in young lawyers?
Principal interview: What are law firms looking for in young lawyers?

 Rose George 01 Nov 2020

COVID-19 has made it harder for young lawyers to get their foot in the door. As employment opportunities continue to stall, holdstock law principal Jennifer Holdstock explains how to stand out.

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Expectation versus the reality  of COVID-19
Expectation versus the reality of COVID-19

 Natalie Dammous 01 Nov 2020

Entering the legal profession during COVID-19 has shaped the type of lawyer Natalie Dammous is becoming.

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Mentoring: Shared  wisdom
Mentoring: Shared wisdom

 Olivia Lilly and Nicole Carter 01 Nov 2020

Olivia Lilly and Nicole Carter reflect on their experience in a coaching program run by Victorian Women Lawyers and the Women Barristers’ Association.

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Wellbeing: Connecting student wellbeing and service design
Wellbeing: Connecting student wellbeing and service design

 Sophie Tversky 01 Nov 2020

Cultivating wellbeing as a life skill needs to be central to university experience. Understanding students’ diversity is key to addressing their needs and creating a positive law school community.

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Environmental law: COVID-19 – Rethinking the human-animal relationship
Environmental law: COVID-19 – Rethinking the human-animal relationship

 Jacob McCahon and Alexandra Harley 01 Nov 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting human safety requires advocating for wildlife on the international stage and changing livestock farming at home.

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Modern slavery: Make a difference
Modern slavery: Make a difference

 Craig Evans and Georgia Whitten 01 Nov 2020

Young lawyers can play an important role in ensuring effective regulation of the Modern Slavery Act.

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Charter of Human Rights: Reforming the Charter
Charter of Human Rights: Reforming the Charter

 Josh Andrews 01 Nov 2020

While the introduction of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights was an important step, it is clear reform is required.

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Dr Michelle Sharpe 01 Nov 2020

Jurisdiction of Defence Force magistrate.

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Anthony Lo Surdo SC and Theresa Power 01 Nov 2020

Insolvency – voluntary administration – deed of company arrangement – standing to bring application under ss445D and 447A of Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) – whether administrators had a conflict of interest

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Nov 2020

Husband fined $54,000 for buying $180,000 of cryptocurrency in breach of an injunction

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