Six minutes with Carly Stebbing

The workplace rights advocate and employment law expert on the importance of allies at work and how to handle a difficult boss

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Six Minutes with Judilyn Beaumont

The experienced lawyer on career, family, and being a mentor.

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The case that changed me – Angela Cooney

Angela Cooney is the National Practice Director of Criminal Law at Armstrong Legal and is an Accredited Criminal Law Specialist. She shares what she sees…

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Adding another string to his bow

Thomas Jones joined the legal profession after years of working in the United States as a professional violinist, and now he’s recruiting for other musicians.

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Lunch at The Shed

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Six Minutes with Richard Brittain

After 23 years working as a scientist for the likes of the CSIRO and the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Richard Brittain made the move to…

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The case that changed me – Kristy Nunn

Kristy Nunn is the Director of Litigation at Mullane & Lindsay in Newcastle, and has 15 years’ experience defending solicitors and other professionals from negligence…

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Riding the TikTok boom

Lawyer Jahan Kalantar started creating social media videos as a way to stave off boredom during lockdown. Now more than 81,000 virtual friends are glued…

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Six Minutes with Paul McCann

Paul McCann is a former top-tier partner who has acted for a score of high-profile clients including Gina Rinehart, British American Tobacco and the Catholic…

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The case that changed me – Mary Crock

Mary Crock is a professor of Public Law and Co-Director of the Sydney Centre for International Law at the University of Sydney. She reflects on…

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