Striking a balance

Whether on the hockey pitch or in a courtroom, Kalindi Commerford is someone you want on your team. The 26-year-old Hockeyroo has played nearly 30…

A true trailblazer: Dana Denis-Smith

Dana Denis-Smith talks about the First 100 Years initiative and her passion for a new approach to working in law.

Gala honours female trailblazers

Hundreds of solicitors gathered at NSW Parliament on 26 November to mark the centenary of a change to the law to allow women in NSW…

#TimesUp for the legal profession

These are the stories the legal profession can no longer ignore.

Equality progress ‘stalled’

A new survey of 68 NSW law firms has found just six have women chief executive officers.

A day in the life of… Carolyn Jones

Women’s Legal Service NSW senior solicitor Carolyn Jones shares her passion for grassroots advocacy.

Celebrating a milestone

The Chief Justice of the High Court, Susan Kiefel AC and First 100 Years of Women in Law members toured the Archibald exhibition at the NSW…

Scales of justice still lopsided at the bar

Women barristers took home just 15 per cent of the $270 million total in briefing fees paid to Australian barristers in the 2016-2017 financial year.

Six minutes with Dimity Kingsford Smith

LSJ speaks to Dimity Kingsford Smith, Director of the Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation at UNSW, about the impacts of the banking royal commission.

Reframing her narrative

Solicitor and artist Amani Haydar was forced to re-evaluate the whole system when her father murdered her mother in 2015.