Back to basics: Inadvertent disclosure

Inadvertent disclosure may not always be a critical issue and can be remedied if the solicitor acts swiftly.

Dress for success: Courtroom etiquette

Knowing court etiquette and how to address the Bench are fundamental skills for early career lawyers.

Embracing Opportunities: A Conversation with Georgia Schulberg

Few people find their calling in their final year of high school, but for Georgia Schulberg, a conversation with a family friend over dinner would…

Futureproofing your legal career: Law Society 2023 Conference

Futureproofing your legal career will be a key focus at the Law Society of NSW’s Annual Conference on 5 and 6 October. LSJ offers a…

Leadership – Don’t be like Lizzo

Leadership is part of the journey most young lawyers are already on and lawyers can influence the decisions of others from clients to the bench.

Shopping around: The importance of secondments

Secondments are a great way for young lawyers to be exposed to and learn a new area of law while complementing their existing legal experience.

Tips for young players: A matter of practice

Christopher Robison recently retired as a District Court judge. He reflects on his 28 years on the bench and provides his tips for young lawyers.

Great Expectations • part one

This four part series explores the challenges faced in creating sustainable legal career paths for all. Practitioners at various ages and stages of their careers…

How to work efficiently with barristers

Follow these top tips to make the most out of working with your barrister.