Category: Property and Conveyancing Transactions

Brotherhood of St Laurence v Sarina Investments Pty Ltd [2024] VSCA 46 (26 March 2024).

The recent legal case of Brotherhood of St Laurence v Sarina Investments Pty Ltd [2024] VSCA 46 strengthened the importance of landlords’ obligations to maintain and investigate their properties.

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Travelling the path to finding a fufilling career

“There are many roads to reach the career that you love. I always have said to my own children that I was 37 years old before I found a job that I truly loved and found interesting to want to do every day so don’t settle, just give it a crack! Never stop learning.”    Shireen’s …

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From primary teaching to Associate

“I’ve always been fascinated by how we as a community chose to use land. Law seemed to be a challenging and interesting way of being a part of that process, especially as I now work in Development and for developers who create new neighbourhoods and communities from scratch.” Natalie’s career path to law was far …

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From Real Estate Agent to Conveyancing

Prior to commencing a career in Conveyancing, Dale was an experienced and highly regarded Real Estate agent. This former career has allowed Dale to be very knowledgeable in his current role.    At Beck Legal, he has been able to further extend his knowledge with the support of our Property and Development lawyers in his …

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Latrobe univeristy Bendigo to local law

In the later years of high school, Brody knew he wanted to study business. When Brody reached a point in year 12 where he had to pick what courses to apply for, he was drawn to the practicality of law. Brody says “To me, there was nothing more rewarding than the idea of working with …

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From Latrobe Clerkship to Litigation

“Law was my favourite subject in high school and I always found it really intriguing. I also liked that there is so many different areas of law and each one is completely different, which keeps it interesting and provides the opportunity for change.”  During and upon completion of high school, Maddie was always interested in …

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Following a traditional pathway to an evolving career

In his later years of high school Shuan knew he wanted to be a Lawyer. “I wanted to do something challenging in a field that was ever evolving.”  Shaun studied Law/Business (Sports Management) at LaTrobe Bendigo. Living on campus, Shaun enjoyed the social aspects and meeting lots of new people. In his last year of …

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Progressing from a young lawyer to a director

Nathan knew he wanted to study at university after finishing high school. At the time he was considering a few different options including law, international studies and physiotherapy. “I eventually chose to study law as I enjoyed English and legal studies at high school. As I worked through my degree, I started to consider what …

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From traineeship to client manager with Georgia

After finishing VCE Georgia was undecided what she wanted to do. With Covid de-railing any gap year travel plans, Georgia decided to go full-time in a part-time role she was working in while at high school. “I knew I wanted to work hard and build a career, but I still couldn’t decide what I wanted …

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Garden & Green merger with Beck Legal

Swan Hill’s oldest law firm Garden & Green is set to merge with future focused regional practice Beck Legal in a move set to provide the community quality legal services for years to come. Garden & Green Lawyers principal Kim Bainbridge announced the merger of his practice with Beck Legal last week, Kim said that …

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