We all know that the Privacy Act is the law which regulates the handing of personal information about individuals. But do you know that the most significant development in privacy law reform since the Privacy Act was first introduced in 1988 is about to commence?
The Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy [...]
In this latest video blog Natalie gives a brief overview of some of the differences between databases on the market and in particular the case citators including CaseBase, FirstPoint, LawCite and Jade Barnet.
A case citator provides a summary of the case, and importantly tells us what has happened since [...]
Stephen Linden, a specialist in taxation law and tax dispute resolution. In this course, Preparing for tax litigation in the Federal Court, Stephen shares insight and offers a practical guide to preparing for taxation litigation in the Federal Court. The course includes information on why choose the Federal Court over the [...]
In his occasional column for CPD Interactive, Melbourne writer PAUL BATEMAN profiles just some of the many writers and artists who also have a law degree – including Australian author, Kerry Greenwood.
Kerry Greenwood was born and raised in the Melbourne suburb of Footscray. When she was 14, some [...]
As part of the ‘How to really be a lawyer’ video blog series, Natalie gives a brief summary of the legal publishers and how they have changed their names over time.
Why is this important? The legal publishers have evolved and lawyers may refer to them differently.
In this video Natalie [...]
Helping you bridge the gap between studying law and practicing law
CPD Interactive is thrilled to introduce a new video blog series aimed at law students and lawyers who have recently graduated.
When you really have to be a lawyer, you will find the real world is very different to [...]
The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) created a new comprehensive national regime for personal property securities in Australia. The definition of security interest under the PPSA covers “traditional” security interests such as fixed and floating charges over the assets of companies (now known as general security interests) [...]
We’ve just released a new course called Well-being for lawyers. This is a really interesting course that looks at the risks associated with the legal profession regarding mental health. This sensitive subject matter is dealt with beautifully by author, Craig Hassed, general practitioner and senior lecturer at Monash University.
The course [...]
In his occasional column for CPD Interactive, Melbourne writer PAUL BATEMAN profiles just some of the many writers and artists who also have a law degree – including French artist, Henri Matisse (1869-1954).
In 1889, aged 20, Henri Matisse fell desperately ill: severe abdominal pain; vomiting; then fever. He was [...]
We’ve recently released two new CPD courses focusing on the McCabe case. The author of both courses is Camille Cameron, Dean of Law, University of Windsor (read more about the author here).
Procedural issues raised in the McCabe case – Part 1
This course looks at the advantages and disadvantages of using [...]