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Aussie firm patents legal search technology by Steve Randall | 24/04/2017 2:09:30 PM

Gibson Dunn takes Hong Kong team from Ropes & Gray… Hogan Lovells confirms board appointments…read more

Regional firm finds success by empowering women lawyers by Sol Dolor | 20/04/2017 10:51:32 AM

Affirmative action policies make good business sense for this firmread more

Linklaters to focus on performance of teams not partners by Steve Randall | 20/04/2017 8:28:36 AM

Pinsent Masons expands international footprint… Lawyers turn to pot…read more

Demand for specialist legal skills growing by Contributor | 19/04/2017 10:47:41 AM

With nearly 15,000 graduating law school each year, here’s how some are getting a head startread more

Top lawyers to take up climate change litigation threat by Sol Dolor | 3/04/2017 10:24:58 AM

Around the world, companies are facing increasing threat from investigations and class-action litigation over climate riskread more

Lawyers performance hampered by firms’ poor communication by Steve Randall | 2/04/2017 12:26:45 AM

Leadership unchanged for international firm… Corrs names recipient of inaugural alumni scholarship…read more

Slater and Gordon probe dropped, Grech staying put by Steve Randall | 31/03/2017 7:16:32 AM

Longer court hours would disadvantage women lawyers… Memorial to Australian businesswomen wins Ashurst prize…read more

Lawyers gather in Adelaide as legal assistance crisis looms by Sol Dolor | 23/03/2017 12:58:20 PM

Hundreds of thousands of Australians are being denied legal representation, says the Law Councilread more

American BigLaw hires WA state solicitor to open new Perth office by Sol Dolor | 22/03/2017 4:17:27 PM

The business litigation titan sets its sights on disputes in the mining and commodities sector, industries it says in which Australia leads the worldread more