Gender equality among barristers before the High Court

The subject of gender equality has been a hot topic in the media with recent coverage on state and national programs to tackle the bias in the legal profession. The question of why so few women appear before the High Court, and why even fewer have speaking roles has been raised by Professor George Williams ...more

The French High Court

The French High Court

The latest issue of The Australian Law Journal features special articles on the retirement of The Hon R S French AC, the 12th Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia. See below for a preview of this special edition, with subscriber links through to the full-text on Westlaw AU. Illustration: Simon Fieldhouse Sections: Current ...more

The Laws of Australia Updates February 2017

The Laws of Australia Updates February 2017

The following Subtitles were updated in February 2017 and are now available on Westlaw AU: Update 326 – February 2017 Criminal Law Principles 9.1 “The Criminal Laws” (Ch 8) Updated by Professor Mirko Bagaric, Professor of Law, Swinburne University Law School The updated chapter 8 of this Subtitle addresses two of the four requirements for ...more

Technical Issues and Other Communications - How do I subscribe?

Technical Issues and Other Communications – How do I subscribe?

The Thomson Reuters Insider is just one of a number of ways we alert our customers to important information about their Thomson Reuters services. We encourage you to seek out the latest information from this site. We also provide a number of versatile multi format communication options to support the various ways our users like ...more

Legal Research Webinars - New Dates Available Now

Legal Research Webinars – New Dates Available Now

Join us for an interactive live online legal research training session.  All training is complimentary and included as part of your subscription. All training is delivered by the Training Specialist Team via web conferencing or “WebEx”.  This method provides a quick, easy, efficient and convenient way to receive training. Simply select a course from the ...more

Optimise the Online Insider - Alerting

Optimise the Online Insider – Alerting

If you want article alerts same day or if you want to narrow the focus of your alerting you can do so with the Online Insider. As a subscriber you will receive a monthly update of everything happening on the Online Insider via email. You may be receiving these emails already. If not click here to find out how ...more

Optimise Your Online Insider Experience - Categories, Tags & Saved Searches

Optimise Your Online Insider Experience – Categories, Tags & Saved Searches

Categories & Tags help you narrow information on the Online Insider down to just what you are looking for. The sites search box allows you to go directly to the articles that contain your search term, but if you prefer to browse through everything available in a certain subject area you can do this by using the ...more

Motor Vehicle Law Qld Noticeboard - May 2017 - Failure to enter into bonds under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992

Motor Vehicle Law Qld Noticeboard – May 2017 – Failure to enter into bonds under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992

The Motor Vehicle Law Qld Noticeboard is your definitive resource for both civil and criminal aspects of motor vehicle law news as it occurs. Frequently updated by respected barristers Simon Cilento and Andrew West, the Noticeboard keeps you informed of the  latest key legislative and case developments relating to Queensland motor vehicle law. For more comprehensive information and analysis ...more

Three reasons why your firm should embrace social media marketing today

One of the more common concerns we have found over the years when talking to many lawyers about social media is that many of you are concerned about reputation and brand management.

Banking (Part 3): Whither Banking? – Updated Commentary in TLA

Banking (Part 3): Whither Banking? – Updated Commentary in TLA

For Part 1 of this series click here. In 2014, the Financial System Inquiry in its Interim Report concluded that, “[m]ost sectors of the Australian financial system are concentrated”. Singling out the banking system as one of those sectors with a “relatively high degree of market concentration”, including by international standards, the Report noted that ...more

Uniform Evidence Law Noticeboard – May 2017

Uniform Evidence Law Noticeboard – May 2017

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

The Laws of Australia Updates May 2017

The following Subtitles were updated in May 2017 and are now available on Westlaw AU: Update 329 – May 2017  Environment and Natural Resources 14.13 “Petroleum” Updated by Dr Stephen Tully, Barrister, Sixth Floor, St James’ Hall Chambers and current to 1 March 2017 This update incorporates recent statutory changes to petroleum law primarily in ...more