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Sydney firm Aitken Lawyers to Merge With Melbourne-based law firm Russell Kennedy

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Aitken Lawyers have agreed to merge with Melbourne-based law firm, Russell Kennedy. The official announcement from Aitken Lawyers noted, "the two firms have been in…

Less Money to Work Only Full Time – Flexible Working Style in the Magic Circle

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Here’s the choice: work full time for A$125K per year or work the magic circle version of full time for A$188K per year. This is…

Link Group’s PEXA acquisition follows massive UK acquisition

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Getting to know the owners of PEXA The three owners of PEXA will be Link Group, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Inc. Everyone…

Sydney property vendors are stabilising the property downturn

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At the end of October 2018, Sydney dwelling values* were down by 7.4% compared to 12 months ago. In a market with falling prices, the…

The inevitability of a national conveyancing market and where to start

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We may have a national conveyancing market sooner than we expected. Yes, there are state based interests and administrative impediments currently in place but the…

A treasure of books, audio books and other resources from Booktopia to readers of Legal Practice Intelligence

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Legal Practice Intelligence has joined forces with Booktopia to form an exciting strategic partnership that creates ‘a unique opportunity to provide its law catalogue to…

ASX-listed Link Group could end up owning 44% of PEXA

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An offer to acquire PEXA by a consortium comprising Link Group [ASX:LNK], Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Inc. (Consortium) (Trade Sale Offer)…

Commonwealth Bank to Acquire PEXA as Part of Consortium

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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) announced that its joint bid with Link Administration Holdings Limited and Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners Inc. to acquire Property Exchange…

The new legaltech company for which tech may be the least important factor

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The launch of Immediation How important is technology for resolving disputes? If two parties really want to resolve their dispute they can achieve it with…

Curtin law student wins Australia’s Next Top Lawyer competition

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Curtin University second year double degree law and journalism student Rebecca Stacy has won the inaugural Australia’s Next Top Lawyer Essay-writing Competition, sponsored by Australian…
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