How to future-proof your job in the law

With computers increasingly able to predict the outcome of cases and coders creating contracts that execute themselves, lawyers need to act now to future-proof their…

Aftermath of the casual conundrum: ‘double-dipping’ and class actions

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Government has moved to limit the fall-out from the Full Federal Court’s decision on casual employment in WorkPac v Skene.  Meanwhile, class actions momentum is building. …

Reflecting on a costly year: key themes and future predictions

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In 2018 there were a number of important cases which illuminated issues in relation to legal costs. By MICHELLE CASTLE and ANDREW BAILEY.

Why don’t people trust lawyers?

In the middle of what seems to be an insurmountable trust crisis, LSJ asks three visionaries how lawyers can better connect with and deliver for…

Eyes on the ball

Australia’s number one FootGolfer Joshua Ackland shares his sporting journey ahead of the 2018 FootGolf World Cup in Morocco.

How can I get through the summer months?

Work is out of control at the moment and I am really craving the summer break. Is this a sign I need to change jobs?

If you booze, how much do you lose?

With Christmas just around the corner, LSJ investigates how alcohol can hurt your hard-won fitness gains.

Brain food 101

Good eating habits can slow the ageing process of the brain – and help keep your body healthier, too.