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Studying Law versus Law in practice

Studying Law versus Law in practice

We have a Law Student who has recently started doing a couple of days a week with Burke Mead. It has been interesting to chat with her about what has surprised her the most about working in law. She has said that in the past couple of weeks, She has come to realise...

Spot the Difference – Workers Compensation

Let’s play spot the difference between these two imagesThe most critical body in Workers Compensation law has had a makeover as of 1 March 2021… and it’s not just the snazzy new logo. WIRO is now IRO - which is one of the most significant changes in this area in...

10 Do’s At Your Initial Consultation

10 Do’s At Your Initial Consultation

Your initial consultation with a lawyer can be one of the most important meetings you will have with them. It is a first meeting which will let you both know whether you are the right fit and can work together. Here are 10 tips to make sure you get the most out of it:...

Is your claim falling on deaf ears?

Is your claim falling on deaf ears?

The Workers Compensation Commission (now the Personal Injury Commission) recently heard a worker’s claim for compensation for loss of hearing as a consequence of exposure to noise in her employment with Darrell Lea Chocolates Pty Ltd. The worker commenced work with...

The Federal Circuit Court and Family Court merger

The Federal Circuit Court and Family Court merger

In Family law, matters are dealt by both the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court. For families going through disputes that require adjudication by the court, it is hard to know where exactly to begin, and the different rules and procedures that...

Dog attack. Rights and responsibilities

Dog attack. Rights and responsibilities

If a dog has attacked or injured a person or animal, the owner of the dog may be liable to pay damages for veterinary bills, medical bills, costs to personal property and possibly the replacement of the animal. This liability may, however, be affected if the dog was...

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