Workplace bullying is a severe and widespread problem that affects most industries, including the legal profession.
This behaviour is incredibly harmful to the individuals who experience it and can have negative consequences for organisations, the profession, and the community.
It’s cliché to say, but seriously, how is it already November? This time of year can feel a bit chaotic with everyone trying to cram events in before December comes along with even more events! Don’t stress though – just keep reading for some early career lawyer-specific recommendations.
You may find your first year quite challenging as you adjust to the responsibilities of being a lawyer, managing files, drafting letters and emails and working with other senior lawyers. So, to help you put your best foot forward, here are five things to keep in mind as you start your first year of legal practice.
August is busy busy busy! We’ve got both the Criminal Law and Government Lawyers conferences taking place at the start of the month (and the Personal Injuries Conference is not far behind on 1 September), as well as the QLS Excellence in Law Awards Gala! More on that below.
‘The Great Resignation’ is a term that has flooded the US over the last year and has slowly made its way to Australia.
Events managers have seen it all, so if you are attending an event hosted by a business or company you respect or desire to get in front of, here are five tips from event experts to help you make an impact.
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We are here to be your social saviour each month. Whether it’s an event to network at, or a video that inspires, you’ll never be lacking. See below for February’s top picks to ensure you have the tools to always the most interesting person in the room.