The new partner has advised prime ministers and worked to protect human rights
The changes address “long-standing systemic defects in New Zealand’s parliamentary process,” says the society
Special legislation to create powerful “Urban Development Authorities” is being considered
While many make over £240,000 a year, some take home less than an eighth of that
A North Carolina judge stands to be convicted after allegedly trying to bribe an FBI official with several cases of beer.
Two leading scientists are supporting the student taking legal action against the government over emissions targets.
Winners were grinners as New Zealand’s top lawyers were recognised at the 11th annual Law Awards last week.
A leading defence lawyer from Nelson has been fined and censured after a series of complaints and various client-related issues emerged.
Graduate recruitment drives can leave HR teams dreading the end of the academic year, but one firm has proven that large graduate onboarding schemes needn’t be dull or repetitive.
Paula Davis-Laack outlines seven questions you should ask yourself in a stressful situation in order to build up your resistance.