A CULTURE of overcharging and overpolicing of Aborigines in Victoria is clogging the state's courts and jail remand centres.
MOST British law firms are predicting growth in work this coming year but salaries and recruitment levels are unlikely to change.
SOLICITORS who leave private practice for in-house jobs are chasing more interesting work rather than higher incomes.
FIXED-FEE specialist AdventBalance is expanding into Asia.
THE question underpinning the inquiry into the fee increases imposed on the federal courts is whether they have eroded access.
IF the increases in court fees are not wound back, Joe Catanzariti believes the big losers will be the working-class poor.
SOLICITORS warn that some of their poorest clients can no longer afford a divorce with the government's increase in court fees.
WHEN Ben Kay and Kate Hughes opened their own legal practice, they banished two of the staples of the legal profession.
PEOPLE who have been convicted of a crime in England and Wales face a postcode lottery when it comes to sentencing.
CITIC Pacific will rely on the wording of its state agreement as it looks to stave off the latest legal challenge by Clive Palmer.