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Queensland referred its state industrial relations powers for the private sector to the Commonwealth as of 31 December 2009.

The new national industrial relations system will apply to all Queensland private sector employees. Public sector and local government workers in Queensland will remain under the state industrial relations system.

See also Foolkit's Employment Law page under the menu Practice Areas.

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From Junior Solicitor to Senior Partner

Whether you're starting your journey or charting a new career course, firsts can be frightening. These resources focus on new lawyers as well as solo- and small-firm challenges. Resources from the CBA PracticeLink pages.

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Your Career

The dissatisfaction of so many lawyers with their careers dramatises the need to focus on a process which enables them, by seeking positions consistent with their personal values and professional goals, to achieve professional satisfaction.

The USA version of Findlaw has a collection of articles to help you understand the process and the steps you need to take to make a thoughtful transition in your career. And the July 2011 issue of Law Practice is dedicated to Time To Take A Leap.

Thinking of changing careers - a list of alternatives

The Complete Lawyer - Law Career Development

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