Apr 28, 2023
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, we explore the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence and digital media, how Australia and the globe should go about regulating tech advancements, and the role lawyers play in this area.
Host Jess Feyder spoke with Shane Budden, special counsel in ethics at the...
Apr 26, 2023
Being boxed in to a particular area of practice has “never
really appealed” to Virginia Crawter. Instead, she has looked to
pave her own way in law, allowing her — as a senior legal counsel —
to operate in ways that make sense to her, thereby allowing her to
provide as much benefit to a business as possible.
Apr 24, 2023
For SME law firms operating in
emerging practice areas, ensuring that you and your business
meaningfully understand the work being undertaken by your clients —
rather than simply having a surface-level appreciation — is
critical to the longevity of that firm.
On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome...
Apr 21, 2023
A 294-page review of the Reserve Bank of
Australia (RBA) has been released, putting forward 51
recommendations to improve the structure, governance, and
decision-making processes of the central bank.
The review considered the RBA’s performance over the past 30 years and has recommended the biggest overhaul of the...
Apr 21, 2023
Numerous overseas jurisdictions have
implemented “right to disconnect” laws — recognising that
workers should be able to switch off outside of working hours.
What’s the likelihood that we’ll soon see such laws implemented
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by...