"The Melbourne Law School and Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor® are pleased to present this report setting out the dominant trends impacting the legal market in 2018 and the key issues likely to influence the market in 2019 and beyond."
The aim of the Review was to identify ways to improve access to justice for Victorians with an everyday legal problem and ensure that the most disadvantaged and vulnerable in our community, including Victorians from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, receive the support they need when engaging with the law and the justice system.
Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact and applications in the legal profession is examined in this white paper by Michael Mills, Co-Founder &
Chief Strategy Officer of Neota Logic, a provider of intelligent software.
Inquiry report (3 December 2014)
"Volume 1 looks at the accessibility of the justice system, the use of alternative forms of dispute resolution, the regulation of the legal profession and the structure and operations of ombudsmen, tribunals and courts."
"Urbis has been commissioned by The Law Society of New South Wales to prepare a national demographic profile of the practising profession in 2014. The national profile comprises a demographic breakdown of solicitors represented by each of the eight state and territory Law Societies in Australia. This is the second national profile study following a similar study in 2011."
"Replacing the Legal Profession Act 2004 (Vic) and applicable in New South Wales and Victoria, the Uniform Law came into effect 1 July 2015."
The LIV has fact sheets, articles, FAQs and links to the legislation.
"The study seeks to deepen the understanding of the career choices made by HLS graduates by providing for the first time systematic empirical information about the careers trajectories of graduates from different points in the school’s history."
Where relevant to the Singapore context, the blog also discusses legal developments in other parts of the world, particularly Commonwealth jurisdictions.
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