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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Gilchrist Connell special counsel was playing lawyer as a kid on a farm

Gilchrist Connell special counsel was playing lawyer as a kid on a farm

“Grassroots family discussions” on property law birthed James Duffy’s interest in law

Piper Alderman grows restructuring and insolvency partnership to eight

Piper Alderman grows restructuring and insolvency partnership to eight

The new partner joins the firm’s Brisbane branch

Climate change consideration part of Singapore directors’ duties, legal opinion says

Climate change consideration part of Singapore directors’ duties, legal opinion says

The opinion by a group of independent legal counsel suggested that disregard could lead to litigation

Three new partners supercharge Ashurst’s energy practice

Three new partners supercharge Ashurst’s energy practice

One of the partners previously co-led Baker McKenzie’s global renewable energy practice

Hall & Wilcox helps plate up $40m acquisition and a $30m raising for gourmet food brand

Hall & Wilcox helps plate up $40m acquisition and a $30m raising for gourmet food brand

The transaction bolsters Maggie Beer Holdings’ e-commerce capabilities

HFW names first sustainability partner, unveils fresh strategy

HFW names first sustainability partner, unveils fresh strategy

The new strategy has three core pillars

Women’s Legal Service Victoria announces new CEO

Women’s Legal Service Victoria announces new CEO

The scope of the new CEO’s responsibilities will cover legal work in family law and child protection

College of Law partners with IBA on anti-harassment training

College of Law partners with IBA on anti-harassment training

The online program focuses on bullying, sexual harassment and the value of workplace action

Legal departments struggle to secure budgets for legaltech, global survey shows

Legal departments struggle to secure budgets for legaltech, global survey shows

Many organisations lack the data and tech to respond effectively to breaches

HSF names Australia pro bono counsel

HSF names Australia pro bono counsel

The new counsel will help guide the strategic direction of the firm’s Australian pro bono practice