The New Zealand Law Society has raised concerns about the definition of "legal profession" and the timeframe for firms to comply with the Act.
Two-time grad recruit campaign champion Simpson Grierson is the firm to beat for Best Graduate Print Campaign again this year.
A record crowd will gather this November for the industry’s night of nights
Given the seriousness and prevalence of cyber-attacks in New Zealand, its important law firms know how to properly advise their clients, one expert says
In the context of a law firm, diversity is about hiring a broad range of people – not just “kids who have gone to private schools”, the HR director of a top-tier firm says.
Lawyer drug testing has increased, following firm concerns around reputational damage after a number of highly-publicised incidents.
A lawyer has been suspended for billing a client $5000 worth of ‘research’ TV watching.
A lawyer has pleaded guilty to two charges of misleading investors laid by the Financial Markets Authority.
Yesterday a senior Auckland lawyer appeared in court for possession of meth. The Law Society talks to NZLawyer about drug use in the profession.
A New Zealand lawyer has been recognised for her significant achievements in examining and analysing how vulnerable people are dealt with in court