These are the stories the legal profession can no longer ignore.
When you think of an “alcoholic”, you probably don’t picture a lawyer in an expensive suit fronting up to court. Yet studies have shown lawyers…
Many law firms pay lip-service to paid parental leave and flexible work policies for new parents returning to work. But the hushed reality is that…
Graduate lawyers are being forced to sink or swim – sometimes with devastating consequences.
Bourke residents tackle problems in the town as they arise, rather than wait for them to grow. The idea is to intervene early and get…
Emojis are entering court cases more and more – but are Australian courts are properly equipped to interpret them?
One of the most common but least talked about forms of discrimination has enormous costs for society as well as the targeted individuals.
This year marks 100 years since the law was amended to allow women to practise as lawyers.
Animals are becoming an increasingly important part of a healthy justice system.
As delays increase and a Federal Government inquiry begins, we investigate the troubled state of family law.
Women represent just 10 per cent of the registered lawyers in Nepal even though they have been allowed to practise law for almost 60 years….