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Contents – May LIJ

Contents – May LIJ

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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
A COVID-19 vaccine has arrived but the pandemic's twists and turns are not over yet. .
By Susanna Ritchie and Mariah Khoury
 
FIRMS
The pandemic dealt an initial blow to the legal profession, but firms have adapted and regrouped and some are looking at better times ahead as a result.
By Karin Derkley
LEGAL FIRMS
Ever wondered what a law firm will look like in 10 years? We look to the future to interview managing partner of mid-sized, full-service firm Champion Premier & Goodluck (CPG) Michelle Champion.
By Chris Molnar
EMPLOYMENT
The LIJ talked to four lawyers who have faced the challenge of starting a new job during the pandemic.
By Karin Derkley
 
EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Recent decisions in state and federal courts as well as the Fair Work Commission reveal the challenges that can arise in modern working arrangements such as labour hire, casual employment and workers in the 'gig economy'.
By Marc Felman and Tessa Duthie
RURAL
By volunteering on the ground after the bushfires lawyer Katherine Argentino gained invaluable insight into her East Gippsland community.
 
 
WAGES
There are questions about the constitutional validity of the Wage Theft Act and concerns employers could be subject to investigations from Wage Inspectorate Victoria and the Fair Work Ombudsman for the same circumstances.
By Nadia Stojanova
OPINION
Ensuring accountability through COVID-19 lockdowns and curfews is a human rights issue.
By Rosalind Croucher
 
 
FAIR WORK ACT
The second form of 'industrial association' recognised by the Fair Work Act 2009 and some of the interesting ways it is deployed by the Act are addressed here.
By Malcolm Harding
OBITUARY
 
 
 
 
EMPLOYEE PROTECTION
Recent Full Court decisions bring the operation of the Fair Work Act's narrow ‘complaints and inquiries’ protection closer than it has been in years to its purpose – protecting employees from retribution.
By Angus Mackenzie
 
Every Issue
LIJ COURTS & PARLIAMENT
From the president High Court judgments
Unsolicited Federal Court judgments
  Family law judgments
  Supreme Court judgments
  Legislation update
  Practice notes
REVIEWS PRACTICE
Online
 
Technophile: Smarter Drafter
 
 
According to merit?/Diversity: Addressing disability and justice
 
CAREER & LIV LIVING LAW
Admissions
  Food/Wine/Coffee
 
With all due respect
  Health and wellbeing
 
Beyond the law: Wearing a different hat

 


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