A landmark case foreshadows what could happen in this country, a top lawyer says
The booming commercial and residential construction sector compels the government to revisit regulation, particularly fire safety requirements
The privilege to take and hold client money in trust is a defining aspect of being a lawyer, the Law Society says
In exchange for beers and a Benjamin, he thought he could prove his wife was having an affair
The Law Society has come out in support of changes to criminal legal aid fees.
The team from the University of Auckland proved their first class mediation skills, coming second out of 65 teams in the six-day competition held in Paris.
A judge in India has issued an arrest for damage to his garden.
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The top tier Australasian law firm had to ensure compliance with both US and New Zealand law in one of the year’s most novel transactions.