Transitioning back to the office: Rights and responsibilities

Tips for employers and employees alike in negotiating the transition back to the office.

What’s new with section 32? Mental health, cognitive impairment and criminal law

An overview of the forthcoming changes to mental health and criminal law legislation.

Can ‘Trust Tech’ help firms eradicate sexual harassment?

Innovations that enable employees to anonymously report workplace sexual harassment have been lauded as potential game-changers.

Country lawyers celebrated at Rural Issues Day

Country solicitors are helping to decrease the stigma around mental illness by supporting their clients during “an extraordinarily tough time”, this year’s Rural Issues Day…

Lunch with Geoff Gallop

Geoff Gallop was a year into his second term as Premier of Western Australia in 2005 when he resigned to focus on tackling depression. Taking…

The long haul

It is becoming increasingly clear that the pandemic we all hoped would be done and dusted by now is still in it’s early stages. So…

Six minutes with Melinda Upton

Melinda Upton, former co-managing partner of DLA Piper Australia, is the newly appointed Chair of Minds Count Foundation. She tells LSJ why mental health in…

I’ll sleep when I’m dead

The badge of honour that comes with racking up long hours on very little sleep must become a thing of the past.

New research says loneliness is worse than smoking

Guilty of letting friendships slide? An emerging body of research reveals loneliness is a bigger threat to health than smoking or being overweight.