Many in the profession approach social media with justified trepidation, but those who embrace it are reaping the rewards.
Israel Folau’s dispute with Rugby Australia has exposed the glaring legal chasm between employment contracts and our right to share views on social media.
A groundbreaking new report has put the impacts of family violence under spotlight – revealing the lasting ripple effects it can have on victims and…
A court reporter suffering vicarious trauma has successfully sued her employer. Will the case set a precedent for lawyers at risk?
LSJ explains imposter syndrome, and how to overcome it.
New kinds of strategic litigation are empowering forgotten minorities to bring cases for redress before the courts.
In an era when effective people management and entrepreneurship are more integral to success than ever, lawyers are still regarded as lacking. SAM MCKEITH delves…
More law firms are making diversity and inclusion a priority, but success requires establishing a business case, a considered approach, and strong leadership.
Suppression orders are intended to keep matters out of the news, but a string of recent events means the orders themselves are making headlines.
Australians love true crime. But in the age of citizen journalism and global media coverage, experts have serious concerns over fairness.