A day in the life of… Nerida Harvey

Nerida Harvey, Principal solicitor of the Law Society of NSW’s Pro Bono & Community Services, shares the ups and downs of her work.

I am not a resource. I am a human being.

Referring to lawyers as “resources” rather than acknowledging and investing in them as talented human beings is the scourge of commercial law firms, writes an…

How can I increase my chances for promotion?

Shine bright with these tips to showcase your achievements during your firm’s annual performance review.

A day in the life of… Joanne Wade

Asbestos lawyer Joanne Wade, leads a team of three lawyers and eight support staff.

What can I do to move out of a career rut?

Stuck in a rut? Check out these suggestions to help you get on the track you want.

Are you really a 10?

We can’t all be superior, all the time. The bell curve is alive and well in the workplace.

View from the top

Managing some of the country’s largest law firms comes with many challenges and requires leaders at the top of their game.

What can solicitors do to reduce mortgage fraud?

The number of mortgage fraud cases reported in recent years suggests that this problem is actually on the rise despite a heightened awareness among lenders,…

What makes good lawyers turn bad?

Understanding behavioural ethics can assist in avoiding the common missteps to poor ethical decision-making and behaviour. By JUSTINE ROGERS and MICHAEL LEGG.

A marriage of minds

Jane McAdam and Ben Saul met as teenagers and started dating while studying arts/law at the University of Sydney. Partners for 18 years, they are…