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From the president: LIV members make a difference
From the president: LIV members make a difference

 Sam Pandya 01 Jul 2020

We should be proud our advocacy has resulted in critical emergency reforms.

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Transition: Law firms plot the road back to ‘normal’
Transition: Law firms plot the road back to ‘normal’

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2020

Four Victorian firms reveal how they are managing remotely and the shifting challenges of returning to the office under COVID-19...

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Omnibus Act FAQs: Remote witnessing during COVID-19
Omnibus Act FAQs: Remote witnessing during COVID-19

 Donna Cooper and Carly Erwin 01 Jul 2020

Emergency legislation has been enacted to allow for temporary remote signing and witnessing of some documents. It is important for solicitors to be aware of their obligations under these provisions.

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Judicial College of Victoria: Coronavirus library open to all
Judicial College of Victoria: Coronavirus library open to all

 Samantha Burchell 01 Jul 2020

It’s important to offer a clear, neutral voice amid upheaval and noise. 

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Pro bono: Two crises, two digital responses
Pro bono: Two crises, two digital responses

 Kate Fazio 01 Jul 2020

Increased legal need across Victorian communities has called for new strategies.

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LIV addresses COVID-19 racism in supplementary submission to Victoria’s Anti-Vilification Inquiry
LIV addresses COVID-19 racism in supplementary submission to Victoria’s Anti-Vilification Inquiry

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 18 Jun 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria (‘LIV’) has submitted a supplementary submission to the Legislative and Social Issues Committee for the Inquiry into Anti-Vilification laws in Victoria...

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Firms must ready for uncertainty on COVID-19
Firms must ready for uncertainty on COVID-19

 Karin Derkley 11 Jun 2020

Law firms need to prepare for three possible scenarios under COVID-19: a low-bounce with significant uncertainty; doom and gloom with a sustained recession; or a fast recovery with strong demand, the ALTACON LegalTech conference was told...

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Government accountability vital during COVID-19
Government accountability vital during COVID-19

 Karin Derkley 10 Jun 2020

For government agencies, serving the needs of the public became more challenging but no less essential during the COVID-19 shutdown....

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From the president:Working together
From the president:Working together

 Sam Pandya 01 Jun 2020

We are your voice and your advocate.
 

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Mental health: Workplace wellness during COVID-19
Mental health: Workplace wellness during COVID-19

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jun 2020

On top of the normal pressures of legal practice, uncertainty around work and the pandemic has increased stress for many practitioners, but there is help available.

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Wellbeing: Looking after yourself during COVID-19
Wellbeing: Looking after yourself during COVID-19

 Stephen Macdonald and Emily Knowles 01 Jun 2020

Practical tips to keep you thinking well, doing well and being well during this time. 

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Pro bono: Adapting to viral load
Pro bono: Adapting to viral load

 Tori Edwards 01 Jun 2020

Firms and the legal assistance sector need to share information, plan and coordinate to meet the massive growth in need.

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According to merit?/Diversity: When disaster strikes for women
According to merit?/Diversity: When disaster strikes for women

 Eleanor Weir 01 Jun 2020

In times of crisis the effects of gender inequality are exacerbated at home and at work.

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LIV card fast-tracks members into courts
LIV card fast-tracks members into courts

 Karin Derkley 20 May 2020

The LIV members card exempting practitioners from court security screenings to meet distancing requirements during COVID-19 has won universal praise by lawyers who hope it's here to stay...

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Wills and powers of attorney can be signed and witnessed remotely
Wills and powers of attorney can be signed and witnessed remotely

 LIV Special Counsel Ethics Michael Dolan 20 May 2020

New Victorian government COVID-19 emergency regulations for the remote signing and witnessing of several important types of legal documents became law on 12 May 2020 and will overcome many of the problems caused by the current State of Emergency’s Stay at Home Directions.
 

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