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An Auckland lawyer is facing allegations he misused more than $100,000 of client funds.
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Nominations for this year’s Australasian Law Awards are currently in the research process, finalists to be announced over the coming weeks.
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Will the rise of AI cause any real changes to the legal profession? According to one New Zealand professor, the answer is a resounding yes.