The October edition of Proctor introduces practitioners to the views of Queensland’s new Chief Justice on several key issues, including access to justice in its broadest sense. Dr Matthew Turnour looks at the potential future of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission, while Dr Peter Ellender offers insights into managing culture within a law firm. There’s a summary of G20 information and all Proctor’s regular practical features in this month’s issue. View it online now.
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