One NewLaw firm has become the first to span the Trans-Tasman, opening up in New Zealand where the NewLaw market remains relatively untapped.
A lawyer acting for the wife of one of Australia’s most expensive divorces, has moved to the firm representing the husband in the ordeal.
One firm has advised Z Energy on its recently completed mega deal.
ALPMA is urging law firms to step the innovation as entries open for the Thought Leadership Awards.
The College of Law has established a new Centre for Legal Innovation.
A new survey has revealed that despite the significant benefits of diversity to a legal team, only a small portion of teams are truly diverse.
Judge Les Atkins was one of Palmerston North’s best legal minds.
A commission set up by the American Bar Association, looks at the viability allowing ABS models in the legal sector.
Kiwi operations are likely to be spared from the 200-person job cuts facing the firm’s UK offices.
One firm is tapping into the start-up market by preparing businesses for dealings with China.