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Legal Innovation: 5 Ideas from the 2019 UWA Disrupting Law Hackathon

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For the second year in a row, LawCPD participated in the Disrupting Law Hackathon in Perth. Over 54 hours, five teams of law students came up with creative, innovative, technology-based solutions to a range of real-life issues facing the legal profession.

Read on to learn more about their exciting solutions and what might be the next big innovation in the law.


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What’s on during Law Week 2019

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Monday the 13th May marks the start of Law Week 2019 - a week dedicated to raising awareness about legal services in the community. Across Australia, local law societies will host a series of events including court open days, free legal advice clinics, information sessions and fundraisers. Check out our useful guide to discover what’s happening in each state this year.

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CPD Year Round Up

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Introducing our New Partnership with The Juggle Podcast!

LawCPD partnership the The Juggle Podcast

Law is a demanding profession, and it is common for lawyers who are parents to feel like it is a struggle to balance their career and family. This is often particularly challenging for women, who usually take on the most of the mental (and physical) load associated with raising children.

We believe it is possible for women to have a satisfying career in the law and a fulfilling family life, and want to do our part to support them in achieving this. That is why we are proud to announce we are supporting The Juggle Podcast.

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Celebrating the Achievements of Women in the Law

Celebrating Western Australian women in the law

Each March, the Women Lawyers of Western Australia celebrate the achievements of women in the law at their Annual Honours Dinner. The event honours women who have recently been appointed to the bench, and to other significant leadership positions in the legal profession. It is also the night when the winners of the prestigious Woman Lawyer of the Year Awards are announced, as well as the winner of the Aboriginal Women’s Legal Education Trust Scholarship.

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