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Lawyers Weekly Podcast Network

Jul 12, 2024

In an age of rapid tech advancement, PhD candidate Chantal McNaught is fascinated by the navigation of conflict between law as a profession and law as a business. Zooming out and taking a more holistic approach to the purpose of law is essential, she argues.

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome...


Jul 11, 2024

Once law graduates get out into the profession, the long hours and volume of work can often mean that keeping in touch with friends, including lawyer colleagues, is difficult to the point of feeling isolated. One young lawyer is trying to change that.

In this episode of The Protégé Podcast, host Jerome Doraisamy...


Jul 10, 2024

Running a successful law firm is trying at the best of times. In the wake of personal and familial tragedy, being a business owner is immensely more difficult. Here, Kelli Martin reflects on how she keeps her firm going while dealing with loss and details what other firm owners can learn from her experiences. (Content...


Jul 9, 2024

While lawyers are adept at navigating conflict on behalf of clients, they are often ill equipped to deal with their interpersonal conflict, says one barrister and solicitor-turned-mediator and executive coach.

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with Maria Newport, a “recovering...


Jul 8, 2024

In this special episode, brought to you by Lawyers Weekly’s sister brand, Cyber Daily, Cyber Security Minister Clare O’Neil unpacks how the Albanese government aims to make Australia the world’s most cyber secure nation by 2030.

Minister O’Neil provides host Liam Garman with firsthand insight into upcoming...