Relevant Legal Industry Websites
The LIV is acknowledged by business, government and the general public as the leader of the legal profession in Victoria. Having recently celebrated 150 years, the LIV continues to maintain their dedication to representing the needs of their members and making invaluable contributions to the law and the broader community.
ALPMA is the peak professional association for legal practice managers in Australasia. Their members include Practice Managers, senior executives, specialist managers (like HR, Marketing & Finance), Managing Partners and sole practitioners. ALPMA hold regular seminars designed to enhance the learning and development of their members.
Leo Cussen Centre for Law strengthens and supports the administration of justice and the legal system by providing high quality: education, training, and professional development for entry-level lawyers through to senior legal practitioners.
Prepares law graduates for admission to practice and to assist legal practitioners achieve their career goals through postgraduate specialised degree programs and continuing professional development seminars and workshops.
Lawyers Weekly is the leading authoritative source of independent news, analysis and opinion about the business of law in Australia. It includes expert opinion pieces, analysis of the issues impacting on the business of firms, broader geographic coverage of events and issues, regular technology reports as well as regular training & education reports.
ALB provides authoritative and unbiased insights, and unmatched networking and business development opportunities, to legal professionals throughout Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
Relevant Workplace Relations Websites
The Victorian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI) is the peak body for employers in Victoria, informing and servicing more than 15,000 members, customers and clients around the State. Their focus is on leading business into the future. VECCI run ongoing relevant workshops on diverse range of topics from the latest legislative changes to high profile guest speakers.
The Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) is the only national association representing human resource and people management professionals. AHRI provides education and training services in HR, people management and business skills; produces world-class conferences; and holds seminars and networking opportunities all over Australia – including their biggest annual event – the AHRI National Convention.
AHRI also sets standards through accreditation of HR qualifications at universities across Australia, conducts research into people management practices, and assists governments in the development of policy and legislation that affects people at work.
“Australia’s National workplace relations tribunal”
For relevant advice around visa requirements and status required to work in Australia.
A national community enriching the lives of women in business. They attract world-class speakers such as Sir Richard Branson, Ita Buttrose, Olivia Newton-John, Sir Bob Geldof, Candace Bushnell and Dannii Minogue to name a few. They've also presented educators and thought leaders such as Dr. Lois Frankel who wrote Nice girls don't get the corner office; Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.com; Simon Sinek, the visionary thinker and TED.com