Mar 31, 2022
Welcome to another episode of Legal
Lightbulbs: the show that sees hosts Jerome Doraisamy and Bowd
chief executive Fionn Bowd discuss and debate the questions to
which lawyers have always wanted answers (but have perhaps not felt
In this episode, Jerome asks Fionn about the concept of...
Mar 30, 2022
HFW – founded in the 1880s – has presences all over the globe.
For myriad reasons, it sees its Australian operations as central to
the firm’s long-term expansion and success. Here, its Australian
managing partner explains why.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by HFW...
Mar 29, 2022
Construction is an integral cog in the
machine of Australian society. Even against the backdrop of
extraordinary challenges during the age of COVID-19, work as a
construction lawyer remains exciting and “intellectually
stimulating”, say two BigLaw partners.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome...
Mar 28, 2022
Given the capacity to work on both commercial and humanitarian
matters, migration lawyers can build diversified practices that
those in other areas of law may not get exposed to, says one
On this episode of The Protégé Podcast, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with Crossover Law Group founder...
Mar 25, 2022
Georgia Steele has over 15
years’ experience as a lawyer, both in BigLaw firms and in-house at
a major bank. The skills she picked up along the way (particularly
as a litigator) will serve her well, she says, if elected in Hughes
in place of incumbent MP Craig Kelly.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host...