New Zealand legal practitioners can give their wallets a break over the next 12 months
The new budget includes nearly $800m funding for law-and-order initiatives
The system uses machine learning to provide real-time detection of subtle threats and weaknesses in the firm’s network
Here’s why the law, which comes into effect 1 June, will hit foreign companies the hardest, according to a top lawyer
One leading health specialist discusses how a three-step strategy targeting employees and managers can help HR deal with psychological health issues at work.
Five minutes with TGT Legal solicitor, Georgia Angus.
A Wellington barrister has been appointed to head up the Overseas Investment Office process review.
One of New Zealand’s leading law firms has extended a warm welcome to refugees arriving in Dunedin from Syria.
An Oxford University law student has taken on a top barrister, after he said law students are too delicate to study law.
A Wellington laywer will be the first resident Kiwi on the board of the international petroleum negotiators.