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A major NZ legal salary survey has revealed that at senior level, post-qualified experience now no longer dictates pay. Find out why the results spell good news for Auckland lawyers
“The days of the old boys club are over”: Law firm becomes first NZ organisation to be awarded the Rainbow Tick - a recognition of a workplace that welcomes sexual and gender diversity
A novel way to connect lawyers throughout the country while assisting with their CPD is being launched today: One lawyer joked it meant he could even crack open a beer while learning
An international firm recently announced its plan to become one of the first in the UK to embrace fixed-fee litigation: But if the trend spread here, how would it go down Down Under?
A firm with a unique point of difference in the market has been growing at a rate of knots over the past two years and is now actively on the hunt for new young and talented lawyers
The 14 Queen’s Counsel appointments that were announced in June are now being called to the inner bar to take part in a ceremony described as one of the “profession’s most precious”
At our sister publication in Australia, we heard from a young lawyer who believes his older counterparts are having a negative effect on his generation of legal talent. Today we ask Kiwi lawyers if they agree
PwC has grabbed two former top tier managing partners to lead its new legal service in Australia; and with one saying NZ could be next, what will this mean for our legal community?
Two prominent South Island firms have announced they are merging to become one of the largest firms in the Marlborough region
Fixed fees may now be more common place for transactions, but an international law firm has become one of the first to offer them for its disputes work