This article outlines the requirements to become registered in Australia as a lawyer. The full article by Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim can be read here
Read the full article written by Barbara D. Linney here
The new guide describes bullying “as the process whereby an employee is intimidated, mistreated or humiliated. It can be characterised by offensive, malicious or insulting behaviour which is designed to undermine the confidence and capability of the victim.”
Harassment is defined as “unwanted behaviour which affects the dignity of people at work. It may be persistent or an isolated incident. Either way, the key is that the actions or comments are seen as demeaning or humiliating and are unacceptable to the recipient.”
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Nominations should be submitted by Thursday the 30th of March. For all the details visit middleeastlegalawards.com
There are three key considerations when it comes to developing your professional career – Preparing your plan, Using your plan and Managing yourself. Read the full article on the Appleby Associates website here
Read the full NY Times article – Sorry, a Robot Is Not About to Replace Your Lawyer by Steve Lohr here
The Academy of Law and LexisNexis in association with Stephenson Harwood Middle East LLP bring you the first in a series of seminars and workshops on Human Resource Law and Practice, which aims to consider the key employment issues arising in the workplace.
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