In what is, quite possibly, the most ironic case of exam-cheating ever recorded, an Australian lawyer has been struck down after being found guilty of cheating on his ethics exam
Chen Palmer has announced the appointment of a new Wellington-based partner
Anderson Lloyd staff who were trapped for hours following the February 2011 earthquake are delighted with the completion of their new Christchurch premises - and Prime Minister John Key was there for the official opening ceremony
Kiwi in-house lawyers are increasingly heading to Australia in search of better paying - and more interesting - work opportunities, according to one major Australian recruitment agency
A Christchurch firm has recently moved into their new post-earthquake premises, which offers the ability for partners and staff to stand while they work. Medical research backs them up - but does the design work for every firm?
Legal positions have the third-lowest average number of applicants out of all the job categories on New Zealand's biggest job site. Find out what you're really worth, and how recruiters are getting it wrong
Thomas Huthwaite is a barrister and solicitor at IP firm Baldwins. Today, he tells NZ Lawyer about clients wanting to “patent” their hallucinations, where to get the best eggs bene in Wellington – and why Kim Dotcom will be stealing the IP ...
In an exclusive interview with NZ Lawyer, Chen Palmer founding partner, Mai Chen, has revealed that the firm will soon restructure to accommodate other equity partners – and she’s not ruling out lateral appointments
Simpson Grierson chairman and corporate partner, Kevin Jaffe, tells us the secret to his - and his firm's - success
Predictions earlier this year that boutique and mid-size firms would be boosting recruitment rates appear to be coming true, with the future looking especially bright for lawyers with particular areas of expertise