‘Awful human mess’: inside our family law system

Australia is facing yet another family law review: but will the latest one spur action for change?

Going Dutch

With gender equality a burning issue in Australian workplaces, law firms are looking at how countries like The Netherlands make life easier for men wishing…

Doing it for the kids

Barrister-turned-filmmaker Darren Mort has used his experience in law and the entertainment industry to create a powerful short film that all family lawyers should see….

Forgotten faces. The legal status of Australia’s missing persons

About 38,000 people are reported missing in Australia every year. Now a new British law is prompting advocates to say it’s time for change.

Sitting pretty in the workplace

For those of you slaving away at your (non-standing) desks all day, what can you do to develop better sitting habits? Don’t slump now –…

From bullied to bully

Studies show that many who have been victims of bullying end up as perpetrators. RACHEL SETTI provides some advice for those who suspect they might…

Carving a new line

Intellectual property lawyer Matt Ward has conquered three of Alaska’s most intimidating peaks – on a snowboard.

The trouble with flying solo

Sole practitioners make up a significant proportion of the legal profession but too often get lost in discussions around mental health.

Reputation vs credibility

While reputation is shallow and fragile, credibility can be transformative. Building it, however, requires honesty, authenticity and vulnerability.

Water baby

MinterEllison’s Emily Miers will swim the English Channel to raise money for research into children’s brain cancer.