Coronavirus restrictions will successfully challenge entrenched views and traditions in firms and will make for a better profession, according to TGB partner and Law Society of South Australia President Tim White, when he spoke to Lawyers Weekly.
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In a world of digital connectivity, coronavirus is wreaking havoc on businesses reliant on person-to-person contact. When the pandemic passes, laws and practices must change to reflect the new reality, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
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To our valued clients,
You will have seen and read the continuing reports of the spread of the Corona virus (Covid-19).
To help slow the spread of the virus, and protect our staff, clients and visitors, many of our lawyers have commenced working remotely and appointments will be conducted over the phone, face time, Skype or...
The legal profession faces a challenge to get better at educating the public about how people can use the law to help them in times of need.
That’s the view of TGB partner, and new Law Society of South Australia president, Tim White.
You can read the full article in Lawyers Weekly here.
2020 is set to be a significant year for the South Australian legal profession, and at the heart of it will be TGB partner Tim White, who has begun his one-year term as Law Society of South Australia President.
A recognised advocate for the rights and entitlements of injured people for more than 20 years, Tim says he is honoured...
New data on South Australia’s legal profession shows it is facing many of the same challenges as the state itself, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his regular column for InDaily – South Australia’s largest independent news source.
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It takes a local to know how things work, to really understand the lay of the land. Now, four years on since Tindall Gask Bentley began its national expansion in Western Australia, we can proudly say we’re part of the West Perth furniture and WA legal fraternity.
But our busy, thriving office was borne from humble beginnings....
Australia, we have an access-to-justice problem.
A third of our population live in rural areas, but only 10.5% of lawyers are among them. So how do we ensure everyone has access to legal representation?
TGB managing partner Morry Bailes discussed how to fix the problem with ABC Radio Adelaide’s Peter Goers.
An estimated seven million Australians struggle to access legal advice, simply because of where they live, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
Read it here.