Australasian Lawyer TV

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Corrs has your Crisis Covered

In times of crisis clients want to be able to access legal counsel immediately to help them avoid potential legal issues. Corrs Chambers Westgarth's Jane Hall and Berys Amor have designed an app that allows them to do just that.
  • Mentoring the next generation of Indigenous lawyers Mentoring the next generation of Indigenous lawyers (views 5058)

    Law firm Gilbert and Tobin has partnered up with the University of New South Wales to pair law students with lawyers as part of an Indigenous mentoring program. Mentor Norman Laing and mentee Stephanie Gray explain the merits of mentoring in the legal profession.

  • Working effectively with barristers Working effectively with barristers (views 4787)

    Finding the right barrister for a case can be complex. Flo Mitchell, partner at Etherington Solicitors, explains the factors to consider to find the barrister best-suited for the job.

  • Awards celebrate industry's finest Awards celebrate industry's finest (views 4393)

    More than 430 of the legal industry’s finest filled the ballroom at Sydney’s Shangri-La Hotel last Thursday night for the 2015 Australasian Law Awards.

  • Firm embraces LGBTIQ mentoring Firm embraces LGBTIQ mentoring (views 5026)

    Having launched officially in March, Out for Australia is a new charity which aims to support LGBTIQ professionals in the early stages of their career. CEO Matthew Yeldham, says the new mentoring program fills a long awaited gap in LGBTIQ support.

  • Lawyers show their creative side Lawyers show their creative side (views 4187)

    Scott Kennedy talks to Australasian Lawyer about Curwoods' artist in residence program and how current artist Becky Gibson inspires the firm.

  • Keeping gender on the agenda Keeping gender on the agenda (views 4472)

    It takes a committed effort, not just a few policies to tackle gender equality in your firm, according to Jane Hodder, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills. Jane tells us what the gender landscape at Herbert Smith Freehills looks like going forward.

  • Privacy: Put yourself in the consumers' shoes Privacy: Put yourself in the consumers' shoes (views 3949)

    12 months after the Australian Privacy Principles were introduced; companies are still inadvertently compromising the privacy of personal information. Gilbert + Tobin partner, Peter Leonard, says there has been a rise in the unauthorised use of personal information by businesses, and thus firms must be advising how the principles can be effectively implemented.

  • Lawyers in tune with entertainment space Lawyers in tune with entertainment space (views 4464)

    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.

  • EXCLUSIVE: DLA Piper makes its NZ debut EXCLUSIVE: DLA Piper makes its NZ debut (views 3223)

    We caught up with Martin Wiseman, chairman at newly launched DLA Piper New Zealand, to get the low-down on the integration and what it means for the firm and its clients.