Crime victims are finding closure through programs that allow them to express the impact of the offence and speak to the offender
Changes to the tax rules will help build ‘a more productive and competitive economy,’ according to the revenue minister
His advice may have landed him in the middle of a $1m legal malpractice suit, but, well, you’ve got to give him points for honesty
A Colombian outfit is sending emails claiming it’s an agent of a top law firm – but the firm’s people say they’ve never heard of it
Sébastien Aymeric, associate at James & Wells, tells NZ Lawyer why the strangest cases he’s been involved in are to do with counterfeit products.
Changes to the legal services landscape has forced a law firm to cut jobs… New principal for global law firm… KWM’s European leader to step down… South Korea criticized for restricting foreign law firms…
A law school faces court following accusations by former students that it faked its post-graduation employment rate.
As the deadline for the new food and beverage standards regulation looms, one firm is introducing a new strategic advisory service line.
A hilarious parody of refugee lawyer Deng Adut’s University of Western Sydney ad using a lazy private school student has been released.
Harvard Law School accepted 55 students who transferred from other schools in 2015, according to data recently released by the American Bar Association.