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‘Outdated attitudes’ holding back women in their careers

As women leave the legal profession at an alarming rate, firms need to rethink their traditional approach to working arrangements, two industry bodies say. Speaking at the launch of the Victorian Women Lawyers (VWL) Flexible Work Protocols, the Victorian Equal

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Personal details of world leaders at the last G20 summit accidentally disclosed

The personal details of world leaders at the last G20 summit were accidentally disclosed by the Australian immigration department, which did not consider it necessary to inform those world leaders of the privacy breach. The Guardian can reveal an employee

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Law students weigh in on defeated university bill

The Australian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) has claimed that the Senate rightly blocked the federal government’s Higher Education and Research Amendment Bill, which could have prevented poorer students from gaining a law degree. The Bill, which was passed in the

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