Angelica Dino

Angelica Dino

Angelica Dino writes about the developments in Australia and New Zealand’s legal industries. She is also a news writer for Key Media’s Canadian legal publications, Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. Angelica is currently pursuing her law degree.

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Former legal aid solicitor Melita Medcalf becomes WA magistrate

Former legal aid solicitor Melita Medcalf becomes WA magistrate

She was in charge of legal aid for the Pilbara from 2019 to 2021

Clayton Utz advises Japan Australia Rare Earths on capital and supply agreements

Clayton Utz advises Japan Australia Rare Earths on capital and supply agreements

The investment will fund capital projects that meet global demand for rare earth materials

Ashurst enhances work health and safety offering with Scarlet Reid as new partner

Ashurst enhances work health and safety offering with Scarlet Reid as new partner

She has over 25 years of experience in WHS and employment law

NT Court of Appeal orders statutory demand to be set aside over lack of verifying affidavit

NT Court of Appeal orders statutory demand to be set aside over lack of verifying affidavit

The dispute arose from a sale of a mineral lease

HSF Perth team to relocate to new premium-grade office building

HSF Perth team to relocate to new premium-grade office building

The new office is expected to facilitate greater connection and collaboration within HSF team

NSW Supreme Court approves settlement in negligence case at Port Macquarie Base Hospital

NSW Supreme Court approves settlement in negligence case at Port Macquarie Base Hospital

The court listed key factors to consider in settlements involving legal incapacity

Attorney General announces no-cost legal advice for flood-affected communities in NSW

Attorney General announces no-cost legal advice for flood-affected communities in NSW

Funds will be distributed to seven community legal centres in the region over four years

Piper Alderman guides garden retailer Rocky Point on sell down deal with Hyne Group

Piper Alderman guides garden retailer Rocky Point on sell down deal with Hyne Group

Hyne Group will pick up a 60% stake in the garden business

Keypoint Law welcomes PPSA expert as new consulting principal

Keypoint Law welcomes PPSA expert as new consulting principal

Karen Fairbairn has over 30 years of experience in banking and commercial law

NSW Supreme Court: Construction companies can collect debts despite insolvency

NSW Supreme Court: Construction companies can collect debts despite insolvency

Insolvency specialist Jirsch Sutherland calls the judgement 'a game-changer'