The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters’ legal encyclopaedia, is edited by a team of legally trained editors here in our Pyrmont, Sydney office. Today we talk to Senior Production Editor, Wade Macquine about his studies, work background, and experiences working on The Laws of Australia. How long have you worked on The Laws of Australia? ...more
Two former High Court judges joined recent celebrations marking the 21st anniversary of publication of The Laws of Australia, Australia’s own legal encylopaedia. While on the bench, Justice Michael Kirby and Justice Dyson Heydon sat at opposite ends of the spectrum concerning judicial activism. They each independently earned the title of “great dissenter” to reflect ...more
The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters’ legal encyclopaedia, is edited by a team of legally trained editors here in our Pyrmont, Sydney office. Today we talk to Legal Editor Penny Vlahogiannis about her legal studies, work background, and experiences working on The Laws of Australia. How long have you worked at The Laws of Australia? ...more
We are pleased to advise the Westlaw AU online help has a fresh new look and feel. The site now features: A fresh new look and feel which is mobile responsive. The Westlaw AU left hand menu provides quick access to content replacing the tabs. We have added a search option to enable you to ...more
New Material added to the Help/Training & Support Pages for Westlaw AU! The FirstPoint Record Guide is a great addition to the existing Cases help material. This guide gives a simple breakdown of the FirstPoint record, including visual references to the main sections of the FirstPoint record and how they can help you in your research. ...more
Since its first publication in 1993, The Laws of Australia (TLA) legal encyclopaedia has become the staple reference tool of legal practitioners, academics and students. Teams of editors have contributed over the years to make TLA the well-respected publication it is today. As this year marks TLA’s 21st Birthday, we thought you might like to ...more
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Family Law Workflows is a new practice solution on Westlaw AU. Its navigation schematics and interactive resources step practitioners through their legal work, maximising time and cost efficient and minimising risk by making processes transparent and consistent. Practitioners who are perhaps not so familiar with family law as well as junior lawyers and their supervisors will find it of benefit to their practice and their business.
In 2013, $10 to 30 billion worth of trademarked presents sat under Australian Christmas trees. Each gift was inscribed with the words “From Santa” in writing that bore a striking similarity to Mum and Dad’s handwriting. This means that last year, Santa and his elf-powered sweatshops manufactured billions of dollars worth of toys, books, DVDs and ...more
Have you Santa-proofed1 your home this Christmas? This might be the most valuable thing you can do this holiday season, as you may be liable for injury suffered by the jolly old man coming down your chimney. If you want to save Santa a broken bone or two (and find out if you are even ...more