The idea that women need to be empowered is patronising and implies inequality of power.
Men calling out gender inequality is welcome and essential.
Marking the conclusion of LGBT+ history month, Alison Stanley reflects on some of the watershed moments in legal developments affecting LGBT+ rights.
Developing a different approach when taking instructions and presenting cases may create new outcomes and precedents.
Despite the 150 year gap since Victor Hugo’s novel was written, there are still echoes of its themes in present-day law.
21 January 2019
It’s important junior lawyers keep track of the ever-changing ‘future of law’. The question is: where do you start?
If disputes can be resolved without parties leaving home, so much the better.
As we stumble into the Brexit unknown, lawyers will need to prepare for opaqueness replacing clarity.
The Global Risks Report has delivered its annual lugubrious message.
Court fees and other funds have allowed the federal court system to continue to operate - but money is expected to run out this Friday.
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