Striking the right note

Working from home is one thing, says Sally London. Composing a jazz track with a 16-piece band, all recording from home, is a different challenge…

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Case for a country practice

Sweat, dust, and the smell of 2,500-odd cattle aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but for lawyer Alexandra Long, the combination has a special kind of…

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An unprecedented gap year

Ashurst lawyer Sara Lane planned to take a year off work in 2020 to explore as much of South America as possible. COVID-19 ensured she…

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Dancing through culture and change

Keerthi Ravi never used to tell her friends what she got up to after school. Looking back, however she is incredibly proud of her achievements. 

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A sporty fling took this lawyer around the world

Amanda Fung is a talented athlete who has represented her country and competed around the world, but she tells us a lot of people have…

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A splendid mix

Lawyer James Stewart says there’s nothing better than a classic dry gin, with good quality tonic and a hint of citrus. He tells us how his…

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Racing toward a new challenge

Phil O’Sullivan is a technology, media and telecommunications specialist who recently became a partner at Allens. He tells KIRRILY SCHWARZ why his next goal is…

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Feeding the forgotten

Foodbank is the 2020 Law Society of NSW President’s Charity, and the only food relief organisation in Australia to play a role in times of…

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Striking the right chord

The Sydney Philharmonia Choir this year celebrates its centenary. What was intended as a jubilant year of performing has been transformed into Zoom rehearsals and…

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Storyteller for the voiceless

Meet Sarah Hopkins, an experienced criminal lawyer, award-winning novelist, and Chair of Just Reinvest NSW.

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