Tara is a Segment Specialist at Thomson Reuters in the Legal, Tax & Accounting division.
Thomson Reuters and the General Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal, Associate Professor David Brennan, are pleased to announce that Tyrone Berger is the winner of the inaugural intellectual property law essay competition.
The Local Government and Planning Law Guide is merging with the Local Government Law Journal.
The combination of their content provides you with a comprehensive analytical guide, assisting you through the practical and theoretical aspects of local government and planning practice.
If you were planning on submitting an essay for the Australian Intellectual Property Journal essay competition, you better hurry!
Today is the last day for entries!
The first Part of the brand new Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice is almost ready to be released! To give you an idea of what you can expect from the Journal, we’ve put together an Information Package containing all the information you need to know if you want to subscribe to the journal, plus abstracts of the articles that will be included in the first issue.
The closing date for entries to the Australian Intellectual Property Journal Essay Competition is fast approaching.
Entries are due by close of business on Wednesday 30 November, which is less than 2 weeks away!
The annual McCallum Medal presentation competition, named in honour of industrial relations expert Professor Ron McCallum AO, was held on Wednesday the 19th of October at the Clayton Utz offices in Sydney.
We are pleased to announce that former Family Court of Australia Justice, the Hon Jennifer Boland is joining the team for Family Law Review. She will be the co-General Editor, working alongside Anthony Dickey QC, one of the leading family lawyers in Australia.
Thomson Reuters and the General Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal would like to announce a NEW Intellectual Property Law Graduate Essay Competition.
Dr Mike O’Connor AM has joined the team for the Journal of Law and Medicine as a Section Editor for the “Medical Issues” Section.
On Monday 30 May 2011, Workplace Review received a mention in the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Senate Estimates Committee.
Senator Fisher, the Liberal Senator for South Australia, twice asked questions of Fair Work Australia relating to an interview of Justice Geoffrey Giudice (President of Fair Work Australia) published in the first issue of Workplace Review (“Justice Geoffrey Giudice: An insider’s look at Australia’s new IR system” (2010) 1 WR 16).