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What would uniform laws mean for Australian lawyers? Thursday, 12th May 2016 The Legal Profession Uniform Law is one step towards creating a single homogenous legal services market across the entire of Australia.  Read more
The great game debate: Valve vs. the ACCC Thursday, 12th May 2016 The online marketplace is becoming bigger as technology becomes more accessible. But unlike the wild west it is also highly regulated.  Read more
Automation in the legal sector Thursday, 12th May 2016 Automation is a scary issue for workers around the world, but what does this mean for the legal profession and legal jobs in Australia? Read more
Anzac Day, two-up and its legal history Friday, 22nd April 2016 Two-up is a simple game that is played on Anzac Day by Australians across the country. But why is it so important to the country's sense of identity? Read more
Balancing economic development with environmental concerns Monday, 7th March 2016 Being able to balance multiple perspectives is an important duty for legislators. So, what is being done to address environmental damage? Read more
Insolvency reform a shift in the right direction? Monday, 7th March 2016 Australia is currently looking into the reform of its insolvency legislative regime. The aim is to move towards a pro-business framework. Read more
Australian government empowering women worldwide Monday, 7th March 2016 A new strategy from the Australian government aims to continue to promote gender equality amongst its trading and diplomatic partners.  Read more
Whose responsibility is disaster relief: Federal or state government? Monday, 29th February 2016 The recent fires in WA and Tasmania were met by outpourings of generosity and physical efforts. However, which agencies are legally bound to lead the recovery? Read more
How Australia's innovation policy will shape the legal market Thursday, 11th February 2016 The federal government's new focus on innovation is set to change the landscape for both the public and private sectors through new regulatory measures. Read more
The state of Australian prisons Wednesday, 27th January 2016 Australian prisons are facing a significant overcrowding issue. This problem is impacting the government, the taxpayer and those in government legal jobs. Read more