Jul 24

Judge for a day

I recently attended Bond University to play the part of “Judge” for the Witness Examination Competition that McLaughlins has sponsored again this year. I am continually inspired by the high standard of the students competing in the competition. This year’s winner will be joining our office for work experience as a part of his prize package. The runner up Cameron McCormack was also of such a high standard that we have offered him work experience as well. We look forward to welcoming both students in the near future. Congratulations to the Law Students Association for such a well organised competition and the parts that they played as witnesses. The Bond University Law Faculty facilities are amazing with their Moot Court 1 being modelled on the High Court in Canberra including the ability to have witnesses appear by video-link. No wonder these graduates come out ready to hit the road for real practice.

Sophie Pearson

Jul 21

Jail Time for Dishonest Bankrupt

Jul 7

Congratulations to Joshua Rath

Jul 3

Family reports in children’s matters

Jun 30

Google… A Link to Your Unsavoury Past!

Jun 26

A guide on how not to manage bullying in your workplace

Jun 20

Staff Feature

Jun 13

When you put your DNA into the world…

Jun 11

Funeral expenses – what can be recovered from the estate?

Jun 4

“Conscious Uncoupling” – can ordinary couples separate like Gwyneth Paltrow / Chris Martin?