Jacqueline So

Jacqueline So

Jacqueline began her journalism career as a feature writer and researcher with Australian real-estate magazine Your Investment Property in 2016 before switching to Key Media’s legal titles in March 2020. Since then, she has led content production for the Australasian Lawyer and NZ Lawyer websites as the news editor, reporting on major updates in the legal profession for these regions and conducting exclusive interviews with leaders in the industry.

Her journalistic highlights include being able to write about the evolving role of cats in law.

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Clyde & Co debuts global network to battle cyber crime

Clyde & Co debuts global network to battle cyber crime

The new initiative provides a "lawyer-led response to cyber threats"

Holding Redlich First Nations advisor: Don’t put your blinkers on

Holding Redlich First Nations advisor: Don’t put your blinkers on

Nareeta Davis urges firms to "engage, listen and learn" from the unique perspective of First Nations people

Disability discrimination law expert to lead ACT Law Society

Disability discrimination law expert to lead ACT Law Society

Farzana Choudhury is the first community lawyer to be named president of the organisation

Mills Oakley snaps up Vardanega Roberts in boost to insurance offering

Mills Oakley snaps up Vardanega Roberts in boost to insurance offering

Two of the law firm's original partners in Sydney were key to the acquisition

High Court to hear watershed case recognising AI as patent inventors

High Court to hear watershed case recognising AI as patent inventors

The case is expected to impact the pharmaceutical industry, where machine learning is increasingly important

ACT Bar Association welcomes first female president

ACT Bar Association welcomes first female president

Rebecca Curran has been an active member of the bar for several years and has held leadership roles

MinterEllison partner leads IBA's new Ukraine anti-corruption initiative

MinterEllison partner leads IBA's new Ukraine anti-corruption initiative

The initiative involves the launch of a taskforce to aid in reconstruction efforts

Risk management, workload ‘dual-pronged’ problem for in-house legal: study

Risk management, workload ‘dual-pronged’ problem for in-house legal: study

45% of in-house heads considered their legal teams to be highly valued within their organisations

NSW Treasury GC: Lawyers are officers of the court first and foremost

NSW Treasury GC: Lawyers are officers of the court first and foremost

Sometimes, lawyers have to be willing to give unpopular advice, Charles Cho says

Real estate head is McCullough Robertson's new chair of partners

Real estate head is McCullough Robertson's new chair of partners

The firm prepares to celebrate 100 years in business with changes to its executive leadership