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Domestic violence GPS tracking breakthrough gains traction by Samantha Woodhill | 10/02/2016 12:11:07 PM

Developers of a new technology are hoping this new device will keep women in domestic violence situations more

Glass ceiling still holding back female barristers by Samantha Woodhill | 5/02/2016 12:23:00 PM

New research has found that the increase in the number of female barristers remains more

Firm praised for diversity support by Samantha Woodhill | 3/02/2016 7:15:08 PM

One firm has been praised for their collaboration on a major event in the LGBTIQ more

Lee & Lyons team joins Clyde & Co by Steve Randall | 2/02/2016 10:01:26 AM

A team of five partners and 24 fee earners has joined international firm Clyde & Co from Lee & Lyons in Sydney... International firms expand in Singapore with senior hires... Slater & Gordon views debt restructuring in UK... Herbert Smith Freehills backs Brisbane’s MELT diversity festival... UK regulator reports strong response to consultationread more

Two questions to ask before scrapping performance reviews by AAL | 1/02/2016 4:03:47 PM

Instead of following the trend and eliminating performance reviews, will this step really bring about positive change to your company?read more

HR manager jailed for stealing $400,000 from law firm by Miklos Bolza | 30/01/2016 12:10:43 AM

The woman was sentenced to three years imprisonment for falsifying payroll entries over a period of around a more

Young Australians not confident in their technical abilities: Infosys by AAL | 29/01/2016 3:51:29 PM

Young Australians are among the least prepared around the world for the digital economy, according to a new survey by more

Legal delivery centre “super depressing” say future lawyers by Miklos Bolza | 29/01/2016 3:43:25 PM

The creation of a legal delivery centre at one law school has been seen as a dismal sign of the times for graduates and their employment more