At Yegal we are talking to law students every day. We talk about the projects that our paralegals work on it is fair to say a large percentage of Yegal’s paralegal placements involve electronic Discovery or ‘E-Discovery.’ E-Discovery is a key practical skill that every law student should aspire to know. The purpose of this…

“The changes to the Modern Award scheme have been felt by a large number of employers across a diverse array of industries.”    The changes to the Modern Award scheme, confirmed in September 2019 and taking effect throughout different stages of 2020, by the Fair Work Commission (the Commission) have been felt by a large…

Tell us a bit about yourself and your background.   I graduated in December 2019 with a Bachelors of Law and Commerce. I did a two year traineeship and two months internship with one of the BIG4 accounting firms during my degree and was converted to a grad for six months. I decided to leave…

At Yegal, Australia’s first on-demand paralegal service, we connect law firms and corporate legal teams with law student paralegals for projects of all sizes. We recruit for paralegal jobs around the country Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, and Adelaide. Many of our paralegals are working remotely in the wake of COVID-19.   We have helped more…

Complicated regulatory frameworks and uncertainty of long-term government policies have clouded investment in Australian renewable energy. The Renewable Energy Target, one of the National Carbon Markets administered by the Clean Energy Regulator, is set to expire in 2030. There is no clear policy after this period. Regulation of battery storage, particularly large-scale storage, is underdeveloped.…

We continue to receive great feedback from our clients about the extremely high standards of all Yegal paralegals currently in work. We pride ourselves on our trusted and reliable paralegals so this is really pleasing. During Q1 2021 we have received over 320 applications from law students across Australia looking to take advantage of our…

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp has been under fire from former prime minister Kevin Rudd for abusing its overwhelming monopoly in Australian print media to target centre-left political leaders and spread far-right ‘falsities’. The debate over whether News Corp should be allowed to continue such publication is largely split between conservative free-market advocates and those who…