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Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with UNSW Law & Justice, is thrilled to confirm that submissions for the 2021 Australian Law Awards are now open.
A suite of new recommendations addressing secrecy trials could put an end to cases taking place entirely behind closed doors while ensuring the Commonwealth ...
Lawyers Weekly and principal partner Commonwealth Bank of Australia are delighted to announce that submissions are now open for this year''s Partner of the Year Awards.
Global law firm Allens has advised Australian energy company Santos on Darwin LNG and Bayu-Undan sale. Firms: Allens (Santos Limited)
National firm Hall & Wilcox has appointed two experienced partners to their national planning environment and compensation teams.
Perfectionism is exhausting and it keeps us busy, very busy. It shows up as impossible goals, standards beyond reason and self-worth tied entirely to productivity, accomplishment and looking good, writes Sheila Vijeyarasa.
Property fund ISPT had been advised on a restructured bank facility for its flagship fund, in what the advising law firm has called the largest sustainability linked loan facility in Australia to date.
Too many practitioners and firms are overly generous with their billing and fee structures. This needs to change, argues one professional.
Tennis Australia senior legal counsel Daniel Stuk details the extraordinary planning that went into ensuring the 2021 Australian Open was successful.
Global legal and compliance technology company Relativity is continuing to expand its cloud capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region, noting the diversity of opportunity on Australia''s doorstep.
Lawyers Weekly is teaming up with litigation partners from Herbert Smith Freehills to bring you a two-part online and interactive masterclass on managing corporate and regulatory investigations.
Gilchrist Connell has strengthened its workplace practice with the recruitment of a new principal.
The travel ban criminalising Australians travelling home from India has "created an unfair system" for ordinary people and has highlighted the critical ...
National law firm Holding Redlich has hired three new partners as it continues the growth of its construction and infrastructure capabilities, as well as its corporate and M&A scope.