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In preparation for International Women’s Day, NZ Lawyer looks at the current state of gender equality in New Zealand’s legal space.
The Auckland War Memorial Museum will open an exhibition exploring the Treaty and the ongoing Treaty Settlement process.
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One of New Zealand’s top legal firms has promoted six senior solicitors and one senior legal advisor in its Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch offices.
A US lawyer is funding his own investigation into MH370 that led to the discovery of a piece of plane wreckage off Mozambique this week.