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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Head honcho at NSW Supreme Court announces retirement

Head honcho at NSW Supreme Court announces retirement

Chief Justice Tom Bathurst believes that the time has come for a reinvigoration of the court

Mills Oakley preps Perth team for upcoming WHS legislation with new special counsel

Mills Oakley preps Perth team for upcoming WHS legislation with new special counsel

The in-house vet will lead the team’s growing safety offering at a critical time

Sullivan & Cromwell welcomes back Asia M&A head

Sullivan & Cromwell welcomes back Asia M&A head

The returning partner was formerly a US ambassador to Thailand

Australia's biggest retail transaction succeeds with Gadens' help

Australia's biggest retail transaction succeeds with Gadens' help

The $2.2bn deal is also one of the world's largest retail transactions since 2018

Allen & Overy flexible resourcing platform hits the US

Allen & Overy flexible resourcing platform hits the US

The Peerpoint platform offers alternatives to progressive lawyers and in-house legal teams

Clayton Utz elects Australian Takeovers Panel member to board

Clayton Utz elects Australian Takeovers Panel member to board

The new addition will be the second external director on the firm's board

Mandatory vaccination a rising trend among employers, Piper Alderman reveals

Mandatory vaccination a rising trend among employers, Piper Alderman reveals

A partner at the firm warned against assumptions regarding the legal enforceability of such policies

Women-led legaltech startup makes Japanese debut with in-house legal hub

Women-led legaltech startup makes Japanese debut with in-house legal hub

The startup's platform will be adopted by one of Japan's biggest energy companies

First domestic arbitration funding in Singapore locked in with HFW's help

First domestic arbitration funding in Singapore locked in with HFW's help

The firm teamed up with LCM on the landmark project

Crawford Legal Services director: Treat people less like dispensable fee earners

Crawford Legal Services director: Treat people less like dispensable fee earners

Nathan Hepple believes that there are other ways for the legal profession to offer value