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Record ID:
23973
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2004
Source:
LIJ (2004) 78 No 11
Date_of_entry:
09/11/2004
Notes:
Court funding welcomed - Supreme Court ; Fair guide to careers path - Careers fair - careers handbook ; LIV lobbies for CLC volunteers - Community Legal Centres ; LIV boost practice support - Relaunch of the Legal Practice Management Section (LPMS) ; A hand through the glass ceiling - Women's Mentoring Scheme - career development of female lawyers ; Food for thoughtfulness - Bake day for the homeless at the Hanover Crisis Centre. Donations of unused food to the needy ; Loreto victorious in school clash - Schools Conflict Resolution and Mediation Competition (SCRAM) held at the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) on the 10 Sepetmeber 2004 ; New VCAT appointments - Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal ; Firm commitment to unemployed - Slater and Gordon - New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS)
Section:
Briefs
People:
Information Manager Natalina Verlardi, LIV Council Member Anthony Burke andLIV CEO John Cain ;
Month:
November


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