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23
Oct
2017
Watching television
I've watched Legally Blonde once (loved it) and just one episode of Suits (rest assured it's one of my desert island DVD box sets).
26
Sep
2017
Moira Murray
It is important to remember that clients are not just a set of facts or a problem to be solved. How do you learn how to listen to and talk to clients whose legal problems need your expertise? Here are some tips to help you.
18
Sep
2017
Working mothers
A significant gender divide continues to exist amongst the legal community towards work life balance, impacting career paths.
15
Sep
2017
Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland, Captain James Cook, c. 1775
Injustice is observable only under certain conditions. Getting better at being able to see injustice is a vocational issue for people working in law. After all, justice is what legal systems are for.
01
Aug
2017
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Resilience is an important part of anyone’s career, and we learn something new even from setbacks. It’s also important to have contingency plans.
20
Jul
2017
Google and technology
A recent decision of the Canadian Supreme Court arising from an intellectual property dispute between 2 Canadian businesses raises some interesting issues about the power of domestic courts to make orders against search engines that have effect worldwide.
08
Jun
2017
Fishing Boat
ANU experts will participate in a series of sessions the United Nations on safe and orderly migration, ahead of the establishment of a global compact on the issue.
24
May
2017
Michael Coper
Emeritus Professor Michael Coper was shocked to encounter widespread misconceptions and stereotypes about law and lawyers when he became Dean of the ANU College of Law in 1998. He recalls the experience in ANU Reporter.
24
May
2017
Lady liberty statue
ANU Law researcher Liz Curran is creating opportunities for lawyers to work in medical clinics to help patients with health problems that are linked to their legal issues.
19
Apr
2017
Statue of blindfolded Lady Justice
Giving birth is like "buying a bag of chips" - or at least that's what one male judge suggested. Law Professor Margaret Thornton raises important questions about the absence of transparency in federal judiciary appointments, and shows why transparency is crucial for gender justice.

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