Hannah Norton

A former daily news reporter and editor of a community newspaper, Hannah juggles working as a journalist for NZLawyer and HRD Singapore with law school, with a specific interest in media law. When she is not reading judgements and textbooks she enjoys surfing, tumbling and going to the gym.

Contact her via email: hannah.norton@keymedia.co.nz.

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  • Food for thought

    A partner at a NZ IP firm – who appeared on Masterchef - is leaving the profession to indulge in her passion for food, wine and the arts.

  • Kiwi lawyer leads fight against drug gangs

    A high-profile Kiwi lawyer, who currently represents former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd, is on a mission to tackle drug gangs using online scams to recruit unwitting drug traffickers.

  • What TPP could mean for NZ’s IP

    With Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations tipped to be soon underway again, two pre-eminent NZ IP specialists discuss potential implications of the treaty on NZ’s intellectual property space.

  • Five Minutes with… Glen D'Cruz

    South Pacific Pictures is the company behind TV shows such as Shortland St, Step Dave 2 and Westside. The company’s new in-house lawyer Glen D’Cruz takes five minutes to chat with NZLawyer.

  • Firms advise on landmark $1.81b deal

    Two top tier firms have advised on one of the largest deals ever undertaken in New Zealand.

  • Quick turn-around for $5m sale

    Two NZ firms advised on the sale of a finance company to Turners Group.

  • Firms could face fines

    A cyber expert believes reporting of data breaches will soon be mandatory in New Zealand, and law firms could face fines or criminal liability for non-disclosure.

  • Epiphany for managing partner

    The managing partner of a NZ corporate law firm had an epiphany – which has now come to fruition.

  • Software aims to reduce document turnaround, transcription costs

    New speech recognition software specifically for lawyers has been launched in New Zealand.

  • Former top tier partner keeps busy

    A highly regarded NZ lawyer – who recently branched out from a top tier firm to start his own – will now play a crucial role in the country’s start-up and growth capital markets.