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Advocacy: Submissions
Advocacy: Submissions

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2020

LIV Submissions: Call for clarification on voluntary assisted dying discussion and Criminal Code.

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Beyond the law: Lawyers turned entrepreneurs
Beyond the law: Lawyers turned entrepreneurs

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2020

Three former lawyers reveal why they left the law to start their own businesses and how their legal experience helped their success. 

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Food/wine/coffee
Food/wine/coffee

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2020

A tasting of some of the best restaurants and wines in Melbourne...

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With all due respect: Bloated by jargon
With all due respect: Bloated by jargon

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2020

When stakeholders can’t come up with deliverables.

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Inside stories: Building your team
Inside stories: Building your team

 Jade Briani Hopper 01 Nov 2020

Having an elite athlete’s mindset has been useful for lawyer.

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Bendigo Court redevelopment a new model for Victorian courts
Bendigo Court redevelopment a new model for Victorian courts

 Karin Derkley 30 Oct 2020

Central Victorian practitioners have welcomed the redevelopment of the Bendigo Law Court after more than ten years of lobbying to update the original 19th century facility...
 

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Victims privacy deserve protection, says Law Institute of Victoria
Victims privacy deserve protection, says Law Institute of Victoria

 LIV Media 27 Oct 2020

A Bill to prevent victims of sexual assault being named without consent, even after death, is designed to protect the privacy of vulnerable members of our community, according to the Law Institute of Victoria. 

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Lifting life long burden of spent convictions welcome
Lifting life long burden of spent convictions welcome

 LIV Media 27 Oct 2020

Legislation to remove the stigma of having to disclose minor convictions will lift a life-long burden for many people, according to the Law Institute of Victoria.

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Reflections on supervised legal practice
Reflections on supervised legal practice

 Micah Ramos 20 Oct 2020

The majority of recent law graduates would have completed their legal education through practical legal training (PLT) and then supervised legal practice (SLP).

 

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Early start to CPD program
Early start to CPD program

 Karin Derkley 20 Oct 2020

LIV members have the opportunity to get a head start on their CPD compliance activities this year with the program starting on 9 November  – three months earlier than usual...
 

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LIV Competition and Consumer Law Committee – Upcoming Insights seminar and advocacy initiatives
LIV Competition and Consumer Law Committee – Upcoming Insights seminar and advocacy initiatives

 Legal Policy 19 Oct 2020

The LIV Competition and Consumer Law Committee is active in contributing to competition and consumer law reform and providing professional development insights into recent competition and consumer law developments.

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Diversity in the legal profession measured for the first time in Victoria
Diversity in the legal profession measured for the first time in Victoria

 LIV and VLSB+C 16 Oct 2020

Data on cultural diversity within the Victorian legal profession has been collected by the Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner and released for the first time.

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Pandemic forces legal industry’s move to the cloud
Pandemic forces legal industry’s move to the cloud

 Karin Derkley 13 Oct 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown helped open the minds of the legal industry to the benefits of legal tech, panellists at an online discussion held by the Australian Legal Technology Association (ALTA) said last week...

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A look into the LIV Succession Law Section
A look into the LIV Succession Law Section

 Legal Policy 12 Oct 2020

On 9 October 2020, the LIV held its annual Succession Conference virtually for the first time. Despite the new format, the LIV has received feedback that it was of overall great value, that the speakers were engaging, and the topics were highly relevant.

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Working holiday program needs better safeguards, LIV tells inquiry
Working holiday program needs better safeguards, LIV tells inquiry

 Karin Derkley 06 Oct 2020

Measures to guard against exploitation of vulnerable workers on working holiday visas must be introduced along with any extension of the current program, the LIV told a parliamentary inquiry...
 

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