Melbourne lawtech hub formally launched featuring new startups and scaleup, with new intake also due in September.
Australian study on mental health raises concerns for the judiciary of burnout, alcohol abuse and sleep disorders among judges and magistrates.
In-house Australia expects a year of risk, elevated expectations, reduced resources and a strict need to focus on bringing value to their firms.
HSF partner appointed first female President of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA)
IPH wins battle to acquire Xenith Group after QANTM declines to make counter-offer, as Xenith chair highlights diversity in brand culture.
Applications sought by firm's start-up school in Melbourne, which now in its third year is annual staple for the firm and entrepreneurs alike.
In a new move towards seamless integration, Dentons combine with associate firm in Adelaide to extend national footprint.
MinterEllisonRuddWatts announces strategic partnership with Iron Duke Partners to tap into growing demand for client global policy approaches.
In a constitutional reform move, 18 leading law firms in Australia issue support of indigenous Uluru people's 'statement from the heart.'
New Zealand lawyers more trusted than Australians, uphold high standards though tribunal notes 'staggeringly high' bullying claims, and, survey shows 1 lawyer per 365 people.