Trial by media: our true crime obsession

Australians love true crime. But in the age of citizen journalism and global media coverage, experts have serious concerns over fairness.

Upskill to outrun the pack

Adding non-legal qualifications to your skill set can help you stand out from the pack and future-proof your career.

The burnout profession

Burnout has become a hot topic for professionals in 2019 and millennials are not the only employees at risk. Lawyers of all ages are being…

Beyond the jargon: what does AI mean for lawyers?

The case for Artificial Intelligence in legal practice is no longer science fiction. Every day, all kinds of lawyers are using AI assisted technologies.

Inside our legal aid crisis

Fees for solicitors doing legal aid work have been stagnant for more than 10 years while the number and complexity of cases has increased. It’s…

Meet the Innovators

LSJ speaks to eight trailblazing lawyers who are leaning into the future with fresh ideas and fire in the belly. They are doers, thinkers and…

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…

The case that changed me – Judge Roger Dive

Judge Roger Dive, Senior Judge of the Drug Court of NSW, recalls a story of redemption that has stayed with him for 13 years.

A tinge of green in Cambodia

More than 500 legal professionals from around the world descended on Siem Reap, Cambodia, in November for the 31st LAWASIA conference where environmental crime and…