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Concern growing over lawyers’ wellbeing by Steve Randall | 16/08/2017 10:37:52 AM

Concern growing over lawyers’ wellbeing… Maurice Blackburn welcomes criminal offence proposals… Herbert Smith Freehills shortlists Community Engagement Awards…read more

Corrs launches rapid-response cyber-security team by Sol Dolor | 16/08/2017 10:34:07 AM

An ex-AFP digital forensics expert and a white-hat hacker join the new unitread more

Legal profession could be next for blockchain revolution by Steve Randall | 16/08/2017 9:47:01 AM

Legal profession could be next for blockchain revolution… Allen and Overy takes Ashurst finance team… Korean firm joins international network…read more

Young lawyer hopes for a more connected and collaborative law firm future by AAL | 14/08/2017 5:28:47 PM

Even though firms are already addressing millennial lawyers’ needs, there’s so much more to do and improve, says this young lawyerread more

Ashurst sponsors English cricket captain by Sol Dolor | 8/08/2017 10:50:35 AM

England's longest-serving cricket captain will sport the firm’s logo on his bat for the coming yearread more

These are the firms involved in this year’s largest mining deal by Sol Dolor | 5/08/2017 6:27:22 AM

The deal starts with this year’s largest equity raising, which is worth up to $3.13bnread more

Australia urged to consider robot lawyers for DIY divorce by Sol Dolor | 1/08/2017 7:15:13 PM

The technologies needed are already used in countries like the Netherlands, UK and Canada.read more

Australia’s first national flag returns to Newcastle with Sparke Helmore’s help by Sol Dolor | 1/08/2017 10:47:13 AM

The insurance-specialist firm is more connected to the flag than some may realiseread more

Quinn Emanuel to file class action in Australia over airbags by Sol Dolor | 31/07/2017 5:09:10 PM

After what could be the first death in Australia related to the world’s largest vehicle recall, the firm known worldwide for its litigation chops is heading to the Federal Courtread more