The Danish parliament has passed controversial asylum seeker laws over night.
A Hamilton firm has appointed a high profile CEO.
A group of German lawyers have filed a lawsuit against the immigration policy of the German government.
A judge in Ohio has written a hilarious poem and read it in court to tell a plaintiff that his lawsuit had been thrown out.
A New Plymouth judge has slammed the government policy recommending probation officers to suggest punishments other than prison.
A student entrepreneur has launched the very first robot lawyer, capable of giving tailored legal advice.
Sébastien Aymeric, associate at James & Wells, tells NZ Lawyer why the strangest cases he’s been involved in are to do with counterfeit products.
A law school faces court following accusations by former students that it faked its post-graduation employment rate.
As the deadline for the new food and beverage standards regulation looms, one firm is introducing a new strategic advisory service line.
A hilarious parody of refugee lawyer Deng Adut’s University of Western Sydney ad using a lazy private school student has been released.