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 lawyer concussed in court after he took a phone to the head has sparked calls for a review into court security.
A formidable top tier partner wins a prestigious Woman of Influence Award.
The newly elected president of the New Zealand Law Society has big plans for access to justice, women in law and more once she takes up her role next year.
A bout of arachnophobia has seen a US prosecutor suspended after threatening to shoot the Halloween decorations in his office.
Mai Chen's Superdiversity Stocktake has been released, highlighting the need for the law to consider the increasing number of New Zealand's ethnic groups.
The All Blacks have kept their crown as the best in the rugby-playing world; now it’s the legal profession’s turn to shine.