Territory Stories

The Practitioner Society updates

Details:

Title

The Practitioner Society updates

Collection

Law Society Northern Territory; PublicationNT; E-Journals

Date

2017-04-12

Notes

This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Law -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals.; Law Society of the Northern Territory -- Periodicals.

Publisher name

Law Society Northern Territory

Place of publication

Darwin

Volume

Issue 6

Copyright owner

Law Society Northern Territory

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/266122

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/454510

Page content

Event Clare Martin & Daryl Manzie: in conversation Two political lives well lived, the Great Territory Lifestyle and the future. Where? Railway Club, 17 Somerville Gardens, Parap When? 7pm Tuesday 11 April Cost? Admission $5 Research Survey: Triumphing in a New Indigenous Australia The Institute for Positive Psychology & Education at the Australian Catholic University (ACU) is conducting this research study to find out what drives the success and well-being of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians at work. The findings of this research will help to replicate this success. We are inviting Indigenous and non-Indigenous professionals and tradespeople to participate. Participation involves completing a 30-minute online survey. You can also enter a draw to win a range of prizes. If you would like to participate or would like more information about the study please click here. Why judges and lawyers need imagination as much as rationality Hypotheticals, fantastical beings, and a fictional omnibus: legal reasoning is made supple by its use of the imagination. Read this article from the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London. Australian Bar Association News The April ABA newsletter can be viewed here. International Bar Association Survey The International Bar Association is launching a global investigation into the reasons why so many women lawyers leave law firms, and on occasion the legal profession entirely, has been launched by the International Bar Association (IBA) Legal Policy & Research Unit (LPRU). The investigation also seeks to secure information on the professional barriers experienced by women in the legal profession. Once the data has been collected and analysed, a report aimed at law firms and legal associations will be published. The report will include practical measures for Subscribe Past IssuesShare Translate Practitioner http://us11.campaign-archive1.com/?u=31d3b75c7fc73eff18d472f2c&i... 4 of 13 12/04/2017 10:14 AM


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