The slow demise of billable hours

Time sheets or fixed price legal services? Here’s why many firms are making the move away from billable hours.

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The limits of the privilege against self-incrimination

What information-gathering powers do regulators like the ATO possess? What rights do clients have when questioned by regulators? JOHN FLEMING discusses the limits of the…

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Penning a new chapter

Human rights solicitor Stewart Levitt spends his career speaking up for others, but in a new poetry collection he proudly tells his own story. He…

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From peer to manager: how to step up as a leader

You’ve been appointed head of your peer practice group. How do you transition from peer to manager?

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Chase Darkness with Me: how one true crime writer started solving murders

After 17 years of writing about cold cases, US investigative journalist Billy Jensen decides to solve homicides. Two catalysts push him forward. 

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Finding the Heart 
of the Nation

When I first read the Uluru Statement from the Heart, I was struck by its clear and profound vision for the future of our nation….

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