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New metric developed to assess socioeconomic challenges of US law school applicants

New metric developed to assess socioeconomic challenges of US law school applicants

The metric provides a complete view of applicants' potential beyond undergraduate grades

American Bar Association to examine accreditation standards for online law schools

American Bar Association to examine accreditation standards for online law schools

The decision came after law school deans opposed the proposed accreditation

International law firm to fund neurodiversity assessments and support for employees

International law firm to fund neurodiversity assessments and support for employees

The firm will also reimburse the expense of follow-up appointments for those referred to specialists

Yoorrook Justice Commission CEO is new Human Rights Commission president

Yoorrook Justice Commission CEO is new Human Rights Commission president

Hugh de Kretser commences his five-year term at the helm in July

Victorian, Queensland Supreme Courts publish guidelines for AI use

Victorian, Queensland Supreme Courts publish guidelines for AI use

The courts warned lawyers and non-lawyers about the inaccuracies of information from generative AI tools

MinterEllison expands consulting team with seven partners

MinterEllison expands consulting team with seven partners

The new partners bring experience in governance, AML, and fraud and forensics, among others