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.

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.

Law firms, we have a people problem

In an era when effective people management and entrepreneurship are more integral to success than ever, lawyers are still regarded as lacking. SAM MCKEITH delves…

Why work-rest ratios matter in the office

Morning tea might sound like a quaint relic from a bygone era, but it could be just what’s needed to maintain professional standards, especially in…

5 ways to reignite your motivational spark

As we find ourselves in March (yikes!), ANGELA HEISE shares some tips on how to get back on track if your motivation is waning.

Want success? Embrace change

Change is difficult and ambiguous, but necessary for professional survival and leadership.

How to build a brand

Branding is a powerful tool to help lawyers and law firms stand out in a saturated market.

Three secrets to great conversations

Being a seamless conversationalist comes naturally to some more than others. Here are some tips for pulling off a worthwhile exchange.

Five tips for keeping your desk clean

Clean up your act with these five tips to keep your desk neat.

Confident advisers valued over certain ones 

People tend to prefer confident over uncertain advisers, but a new study from the University of Pennsylvania has shown that uncertain advice is not reason…