Should there be an A in Alternative Dispute resolution? If so, what should it stand for?
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has developed over the past three decades and it is now less
alternative and more mainstream in the Australian justice system.
Where two or more people involved in a legal dispute communicate to see if they can resolve some or all of
A verbal interactive process involving two or more parties who are seeking to reach agreement over
The study, titled 'Courting the Blues: attitudes towards depression in Australian law
students and legal practitioners' was conducted by the Brain & Mind Research
Institute of the University of Sydney and looked at depression a
THE LEGAL PROFESSION
Moral approach to ethics: some lawyers feel obliged to act ethically out of a sense of
moral conviction, may also be because of religious / spiritual conviction
Economic approach to ethics: professional conduct can be conce