Traps for junior lawyers: Acting for friends and family can be risky business

Although it might be tempting to act for family and friends, there are various risks and pitfalls from a professional negligence and insurance perspective.

How to set boundaries at work and keep them

A key skill for junior lawyers is knowing how to navigate the law but other key skills include managing clients and your bosses’ expectations.

Six minutes with Maria Markoulli

Maria Markoulli discusses her career, the importance of building networks, and winning the 2022 NSW Young Lawyer of the Year award.

Six minutes with Enoch Hui

Enoch Hui, a lawyer at Mills Oakley, discusses his career and passion for supporting health practitioners and health organisations.

Vicarious trauma: Knowing the signs

Young lawyers, experienced practitioners and support staff are not immune to the risk of vicarious trauma. However, there are simple tips to minimise the risk.

Great expectations, deflated outcomes: the reality for law graduates during COVID-19

COVID-19 has dramatically affected the graduate experience for young lawyers, but what does it mean for their future?

Young Lawyers conference tackles big issues in animal law

A wrap-up of the latest developments and issues in animal law and welfare. By GIULIA PROSPERI-PORTA & TIMOTHY ALLEN