PRACTICE INTELLIGENCE

Innovate or fail: will Covid19 make or break your law firm?

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By The College of Law. In the COVID-19 economy, the legal industry is confronted with a need to adapt – just like every other industry.…

COVID 19 exposes technology gaps in mid-tier law firms new survey finds

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An expansive survey of mid-size law firms by Legal Practice Management Systems (PMS) provider PracticeEvolve found that post-COVID-19, the top priority for firms in Australia…

ASX listed family law firm presents its annual financial results in its first full year as a listed company

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AF Legal Group Limited (ASX: AFL)  commenced trading on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on Friday 7 June 2019 following a capital raising of $5.9…

What pandemic? Property sales volumes are higher than last year

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Remember the headlines: property prices predicted to fall by up to 50%. If prices fell by 50% or even 32%, property sales would grind to…

Who will win in the Parliamentary inquiry into litigation funding and class actions?

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Who is going to win? Will it be the 'profiteering' litigation funders, the 'greedy' law firms, the 'victimised' corporations or the 'innocent' company directors? Will…

Lawyers up their game with coding skills

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News from Flinders University: ... a six-month course delivered by Flinders University is equipping lawyers and professionals in the social justice space to code their…

Distress, burnout, anxiety and depression – just another day in the office (or wherever)

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In a research study, conducted before Covid came along, The Victorian Legal Services Commission responded to the "growing chorus of voices (inside and outside the…

Demand for employed lawyers continues to worsen

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The demand for employed lawyers, as measured by job advertisement numbers on the internet, has been worsening each month since March 2020. Australia wide, the…

Queenslanders launch coalition to save our CTP Scheme

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Members of the Save Our CTP Coalition include: Maurice Blackburn Lawyers; Shine Lawyers; Slater & Gordon Lawyers; the Queensland Police Union; Bicycle Queensland; Triathlon Queensland;…

The use of apps in divorce matters is an expanding field

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How can artificial intelligence ease the burden on the Family Court system? Professor Tania Sourdin, Dean of the Newcastle Law School at the University of…