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Section 151Z of the Workers Compensation Act 1987 (NSW)
Overturning Aqua Nullius: The Path to Law Reform
Technology in the Law
Medical Negligence: Duty of Care
Medical Issues and Sick Leave
Part 2: Defamation claims against solicitors
Part 1: Defamation claims against solicitors
HREOC: Judicial Power
Practical social media for lawyers and law firms
Issues surrounding food advertising to children
Legal Professional Privilege
Women in Law: Celebrating 100 Years
Common Issues Faced by the LGBTI Community in the Workplace
Part 1: Defamation Claims Against Solicitors
Section 32 applications
Three pillars of good corporate governance
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Managing Social Media use in the Workplace
Putting Your Trust in Management
Part 1: Time recording, Work Plans and Billing
Part 2: Time recording, Work Plans and Billing
Corporate Culture and Director Liabilities
Vicarious Trauma in the Legal Profession
Compliance Issues for In-House Counsels
Reasonable Steps for E-Conveyancing
Practical Social Media for Lawyers and Law Firms
Superannuation Disability Claims and Regulatory Issue
Equitable Estoppel and Estates
Cost Orders in Estate Matters
Models for Effective Dispute Resolution
Family Provision in Deceased’s Estate
Trident v McNiece – 30 Years On
Reliance on Contracts and Arbitration Agreements
Illegality and breaches of public policy in Contract Law
Negligence In Relation To Asbestos-Contaminated Waste
Part 1: Unjust Contracts and Sham Agreements
Fitness for Purpose in the Sale of Goods
Removing the Mental Impairment Defence
Part 1: Criminal Complicity
Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse: Part I
The National Redress Scheme
Defending PCA Charges
Fresh Evidence in Sentencing Appeals