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Clients and innovation: how one firm has married the two
Australasian Lawyer sat down with Jamie Ng, newly appointed co-head of innovation at Ashurst, to find out what innovation strategies the firm will look to implement.
Law Society offers Lifeline for Lawyers
In response to the fact that the legal industry suffers exceedingly high rates of mental health problems, the Law Society of NSW has announced the launch of Lifeline for Lawyers, a supportive telephone service exclusively for the legal industry. We spoke to CEO Michael Tidball for more.
Integration key for firm's success
Running a global firm across many countries and jurisdictions requires full integration as Global Managing Partner for Ashurst, James Collis, explains.
What GCs really want
Adrian Goss, GC at Bauer Media and president of the ACC, tells Australasian Lawyer how firms can build better relationships with their in-house clients.
Lawyers in tune with entertainment space
The specialist entertainment law space is vibrant and growing, but what sets it apart? Julian Hewitt of Media Arts Lawyers explains the varied nature of working in the creative world.
Be better prepared for Chinese business
Dr Carl Hinze, partner at Holding Redlich and expert in Chinese culture, explains some of the fundamental differences between how Australia and China do business, and how firms can better work with Chinese clients.
Cloud storage: risks and rewards
Damian Huon of Huon IT explains to Australasian Lawyer the tricky issue of cloud storage and how firms might go about it if they want to make the leap.