Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson is a writer for Australasian Lawyer, with expertise in reporting on employment law and legal ethics. She also writes for HRD Australia and is studying a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology Sydney. In 2020, Georgia returned home to Sydney after working as a professional ballerina in Europe. Upon graduating from the Dutch National Ballet Academy in Amsterdam with a Bachelor of Arts, she joined the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. There, she was fortunate to perform a number of world-renowned classical ballets, including Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker.

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Jail sentence upheld for ex-lawyer who stole $1.65m

Jail sentence upheld for ex-lawyer who stole $1.65m

The former lawyer attempted to argue that his sentence was "manifestly excessive"

High Court quashes Johnson & Johnson's bid to appeal medical negligence class action

High Court quashes Johnson & Johnson's bid to appeal medical negligence class action

The decision was hailed as a "huge win" for thousands of women

ANZ faces Federal Court over broken product promises

ANZ faces Federal Court over broken product promises

The proceedings, which were filed by ASIC, mark the final case in the banking royal commission

7-Eleven found breaching customer privacy with feedback form

7-Eleven found breaching customer privacy with feedback form

The convenience store giant collected facial images while surveying customers on their in-store experience

White & Case LLP nabs Latham & Watkins partner for Seoul practice

White & Case LLP nabs Latham & Watkins partner for Seoul practice

The new hire has 20 years' experience advising both Korean and international clients

Written contracts play a role in determining employee rights: MinterEllison

Written contracts play a role in determining employee rights: MinterEllison

The firm's work on WorkPac v Rossato highlights how employers need to write contracts carefully

TGA approval of COVID-19 rapid testing creates new workplace challenges

TGA approval of COVID-19 rapid testing creates new workplace challenges

Tests can help keep workplaces safe, but employers will need to understand their legal obligations

COVID-19 has left majority of US-based corporate lawyers exhausted, survey finds

COVID-19 has left majority of US-based corporate lawyers exhausted, survey finds

Findings showed that "severely negative" results can come from even moderate exhaustion

Kalus Kenny Intelex focuses on people first, partner says

Kalus Kenny Intelex focuses on people first, partner says

In the past 18 months, the firm introduced several initiatives to prioritise staff wellbeing and security

Holding Redlich boosts tax controversy practice with EY hire

Holding Redlich boosts tax controversy practice with EY hire

The new special counsel can advise on tax disputes requiring chemical engineering knowledge