Virginia Ginnane is a lawyer and writer, with more than 20 years’ experience working for international publishers in the UK, US and Australia. Her articles have appeared in The Lawyer, Legal Week, Legal Business, The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald and Hello! magazine among many other publications. She was London correspondent for Time Inc’s Who Weekly and Life magazine, and also feature writer at Australian Associated Press. Her book Polly Borland Australians was published by the National Portrait Gallery in London. Virginia has worked at Thomson Reuters as Commissioning Editor, Tax Writer, Marketing Content Specialist and is currently Content Manager.
With the recent introduction of the Sex Discrimination and Fair Work (Respect at Work) Amendment Act 2021 (Cth), all staff should be made aware of their responsibilities and the procedures in place to report and respond to sexual harassment.
“There won’t be enough work to keep all traditional lawyers in practice, because the market will have moved to different ways of solving problems,” says Prof Richard Susskind OBE, President of the Society of Computers & Law in the UK.