Cybercrime and mental health greatest threats to small firms

Experts say cyber criminals are attacking small law firms and taking advantage of their vulnerabilities, as lawyers increasingly shift their practices online during the pandemic.

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Who is making our laws? The separation of powers in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic response has shone a light on modern lawmaking. It’s raising questions about human rights, parliamentary spending, and public policy.

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Advice for leaders to motivate themselves and their teams

Advice for leaders to motivate themselves and their teams.

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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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Destination guide – Canberra

“I have planned an ideal city,” declared Sir Walter Burley Griffin in 1912 when he won the chance to design the new Australian capital, Canberra….

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And, exhale

As the NSW lockdown lifts, we go bush to find a new form of isolation. Fortunately, we don’t have to venture far to get completely…

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What you should know about succession planning

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