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LIV provides feedback to the ACCC's Draft News Media Bargaining Code consultation
LIV provides feedback to the ACCC's Draft News Media Bargaining Code consultation

 Technology and Innovation Section 03 Sep 2020

The LIV, informed by the Technology and Innovation Section, has expressed concerns with the ACCC's Draft News Media Bargaining Code...

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Remote practice: Tips and tricks – Electronic briefing, hearings, mediations and conferences
Remote practice: Tips and tricks – Electronic briefing, hearings, mediations and conferences

 Dr Anna Parker and Johannes Schmidt 01 Sep 2020

Technological options available for electronic briefing, hearings, mediations and conferences ensure productive, efficient and professional engagement in remote legal practice. 
 

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 LIV Library 01 Sep 2020

New website – Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Victorian government – COVID-19 hotel quarantine inquiry, Supreme Court of Victoria – The dos and don’ts of virtual hearings, Beyond Blue – Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service, Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Consolidated Library of Information and Knowledge (CLIK) and Australian Cyber Security Centre.

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Technology: Move online brings challenges
Technology: Move online brings challenges

 Molina Asthana 01 Sep 2020

Increased use of technology in Victorian courts raises questions of access to justice. 

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Technophile: eBrief Ready
Technophile: eBrief Ready

 Peter Moran 01 Sep 2020

This document-sharing platform is easy to use and suitable for lawyers who might not be particularly tech savvy.

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 LIV Library 01 Aug 2020

University of Melbourne – Pursuit, Trove, Australian Taxation Office – COVID-19 frequently asked questions, Victorian Small Business Commission – Supporting small business owners’ mental wellbeing in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) and Government of South Australia, Attorney General’s Department – Historical legislation.

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Technology: Pilot platform moves to next stage
Technology: Pilot platform moves to next stage

 Brendan Lacota 01 Aug 2020

Justice Connect Answers meets increased legal need in the wake of COVID-19.

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Technophile: Signiflow
Technophile: Signiflow

 Peter Moran 01 Aug 2020

This signing system provides robust evidence to prove identity of the signing party.

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Young Lawyers: Influencing social media
Young Lawyers: Influencing social media

 Laura Brennan 01 Aug 2020

Create an authentic digital presence to market your most bankable asset – you.

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Opinion: The tech genie is out
Opinion: The tech genie is out

 Fabian Horton 01 Jul 2020

The courts and legal profession have much to gain from experiencing the benefits of technology during the COVID-19 crisis.

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 LIV Library 01 Jul 2020

Law Institute of Victoria – COVID-19 hub, Law Council of Australia – Information for the legal profession on the COVID-19 outbreak, Victoria Legal Aid – COVID-19 coronavirus, Coronavirus Australia App, Queensland Reports – New series and VCAT – Guardianship and Powers of Attorney.

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Technophile: Web VOI
Technophile: Web VOI

 Peter Moran 01 Jul 2020

Verification of identity can occur without any face to face contact.

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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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Biometric data: Under your skin – Employee rights to privacy
Biometric data: Under your skin – Employee rights to privacy

 Charles Power 01 Jun 2020

Time and attendance systems that collect and match employee biometric data can lead to privacy concerns. Recent FWC decisions highlight the measures an employer should adopt to impose an enforceable requirement.

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 LIV Library 01 Jun 2020

Parliament of Victoria – Bill Status List, Parliament of Australia – Bills Status List, Parliament of Victoria – 2019 Briefing e-Book, The Victorian Bar – Incorporated consolidated guide to Victorian and Commonwealth court and tribunal responses to Covid-19, LIV – COVID-19 Guidance on witnessing documents electronically and verification of identity and Supreme Court of Victoria – Virtual hearings.

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