We were recently fortunate enough to receive back a number of boxes that have spent the past two decades in archives. Among the contents of those boxes was a treasure trove of great fodder for Throwback Thursday, including a copy of The Australian Digest on CD-ROM and associated marketing material. The year was 1994. It ...more
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The Uniform Evidence Law Noticeboard is your definitive resource for evidence law news as it occurs. With rapid updating by respected barrister, Stephen J Odgers SC, the Noticeboard keeps you apprised of all of the latest legislative and case developments related to evidence law. For a more detailed look into these and other matters, Uniform Evidence Law, the authority on evidence law, is available for subscription online, ...more
In January, we made the following enhancements to the Matter Page on Firm Central.
Custom Fields List give you the flexibility to add Work types to Practice Areas in Firm Central.
What’s the matter with law? Why attracting and retaining talent has become one of the biggest issues within the legal industry
Law has traditionally viewed itself as a blue ribbon career. However, many lawyers are opting out of working in firms due to a number of factors that include: the high demands placed by firms on practitioners, aspirations from lawyers to pursue other career options, and the desire for a better work-life balance. The number of significant issues facing firms in attracting and retaining talent, coupled with the reality that lawyers must now do more with less, demonstrates that the legal industry is not immune to the same issues facing other professional business sectors.