The Legal Profession Uniform Law (NSW) states that to be an admitted lawyer, a person must be a “fit and proper” person. But what does this mean in practice?

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“There won’t be enough work to keep all traditional lawyers in practice, because the market will have moved to different ways of solving problems,” says Prof Richard Susskind OBE, President of the Society of Computers & Law in the UK.

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Australia’s world-leading Fintel Alliance has secured a major win in the fight against organised financial crime, after teaming up with state police for a “week of action” on cuckoo smurfing.

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Organisations in the top quartile for gender diversity are 15% more likely to achieve above average financial returns. Knowing this, we cannot ignore the gender breakdown of our workforces.

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Asia-Pacific organisations had to manage unique risks last year, and they continue to do so as the pandemic rages on. In the thick of it all, legal leaders are helping…

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News of Barangaroo Crown Casino’s alleged non-compliance with AML/CTF laws late last year raises the perennial question of how to best regulate the gambling industry.

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