New Zealand lawyers head to London in droves each year in search of adventure - and higher salaries. But do the realities match the dream? We talk to those who have made the leap
Tomorrow marks the three-year anniversary of the deadly 2011 Christchurch earthquake – and local firms say business is booming
Wynn Williams executive chairman, Jared Ormsby, talks to NZ Lawyer about his LA Law inspiration, the commoditisation of legal services and why he only drinks hot chocolates
Xero's global head of legal functions, Matt Vaughan, tells NZ Lawyer why taking on the company's top legal role a year ago was a 'no-brainer' and how he balances the group's legal requirements with its aggressive growth plans
While top tier firms continued to dominate this year's Chambers rankings, Band one individuals were singled out at more than 20 firms across the country
With this year's general election fast approaching, we'll be taking a close look at potential impacts on law firms and their clients over the coming months. First off, we talk to Minter Ellison Rudd Watts partner and employment team leader, ...
Australian heavyweight Slater & Gordon has announced impressive half-year profits for FY14 - and expanded its 'Fair Play on Fees' class action against New Zealand banks
Nick Russell, partner at Chen Palmer, talks to NZ Lawyer about strong coffee, cycling and the perils of practicing in the Cook Islands
Trans-Tasman law firm partner, Professor Kim Lovegrove, says many New Zealand firms need only look as far afield as Australia when it comes to expansion - and that the time to move is now
Kensington Swan CEO, Alastair Carruthers, was recently made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to arts governance. He talks to NZ Lawyer about his passion for the arts, his latest film project - and how he balances i ...