Lawyers of the land

The big dry is putting regional communities in NSW through their paces and the Bureau of Meteorology warns it could take until autumn 2019 for…

People power

When it comes to practice management, a strategic approach to getting your staff right is as important as getting your systems right.

Against the tide: UNHCR lawyer Ellen Hansen

UNHCR lawyer Ellen Hansen speaks about the global compact on refugees presented to the UN General Assembly.

Talking the talk

Australian lawyers with multilingual talents are out there, and in greater number than you might think. So who are these people who have mastered more…

Six minutes with Dimity Kingsford Smith

LSJ speaks to Dimity Kingsford Smith, Director of the Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation at UNSW, about the impacts of the banking royal commission.

Better days ahead

Lawyers are more likely to have anxiety, depression and other mental health issues than the general population.

Everyone’s a player

When it comes to legal technology, it’s not just the well-resourced mega firms dipping their toes in the pool. Legal tech solutions must form part…

One too many

Studies have shown lawyers are more than three times as likely as the general population to be problem drinkers.

No laughing matter

Almost every barrister and litigator in court has chuckled at a wry remark from a judge. But how appropriate is banter from the bench in…

Reframing her narrative

Solicitor and artist Amani Haydar was forced to re-evaluate the whole system when her father murdered her mother in 2015.