Roger Partridge says he's delighted with the amount raised through the ChildFund Trademe auction, where an hour of one CEO's time went for a whopping $7,000
The highly-regarded head of Law and Criminology at a UK university - and former AUT professor - has been formally dismissed, following allegations of financial "irregularities"
World Class New Zealand Awards winner and Russell McVeagh alumnus, Claudia Batten, says she hopes her story will inspire other young New Zealanders to "take a leap into the unknown"
Greg Neill is a senior associate in the tax team at Russell McVeagh. He tells NZ Lawyer about drinking Lao Lao on the banks of the Mekong - and why he loves working in his incredibly complex practice area
Buddle Findlay partner, Grant Dunn, tells NZ Lawyer the secrets to his success - and outlines some key issues facing the corporate/commercial legal space
A leading New Zealand academic says law school students play a key role in closing the justice gap - and that requiring them to do pro bono work will be a huge bonus to their future employers
Global natural health products company Comvita has signed a sale and purchase agreement to acquire all the shares of New Zealand Honey Ltd – and the Buddle Findlay team who advised on the deal say it presented some unique challenges
A US lawyer has announced plans to stage a hunger strike on the steps of the Supreme Court in defense of employees' rights to post naughty photos on social media
A team of top-tier firm lawyers has completed an estimated 365 days' worth of work in around six weeks in order to finalise a major IPO
Dunedin-based Anderson Lloyd commercial partner, Sarah Simmers, says the benefits of working outside of the major commercial centres far outweigh the cons