The legal industry has often been accused of being a static profession in terms of doing things in new ways and making full use of new technologies
Following an equitable briefing policy set out by the Law Council of Australia, a policy has been adopted by the Australian Bar Association to move towards greater gender equity in briefs and inclusion at the Bar.
How technology in the form of the Blockchain is providing additional security, functionality and accountability in real time for contracts and transactions, and its effect on the intermediary.
The 'billable hour' has been the standard billing practice in law firms for a long time. However, this practice could not only be outdated in the modern market, but could be causing significant mental health and gender equality issues.
The Royal Commission has already attracted significant public attention and its findings are expected to be far reaching
Are law graduates leaving school with unrealistic expectations and what do universities need to do to ensure graduates have the right skills to succeed?
With the recent talk about creating a new state in Queensland, many are wondering whether the constitution allows for regions to achieve statehood.
As Australia continues to drive towards its goal of an innovative economy, what legislative changes can be seen on the horizon?
Australia has one of the most robust gun control frameworks in the world. But what does the future hold for the country's gun control laws?
The Legal Profession Uniform Law is one step towards creating a single homogenousÂ legal services market across the entireÂ of Australia.Â