His pioneering work established New Zealand’s Rangatahi Courts System
One lawyer was nearly struck off the rolls for making ‘disgraceful and baseless attacks’ against two High Court judges
For allegedly being part of a meth supply ring run out of Manawatu Prison, the 69-year-old woman could be jailed for life
Cybersecurity is GCs’ top area of concern for 2017. So why aren’t they more prepared?
In the context of a law firm, diversity is about hiring a broad range of people – not just “kids who have gone to private schools”, the HR director of a top-tier firm says.
Lawyer drug testing has increased, following firm concerns around reputational damage after a number of highly-publicised incidents.
A lawyer has been suspended for billing a client $5000 worth of ‘research’ TV watching.
A lawyer has pleaded guilty to two charges of misleading investors laid by the Financial Markets Authority.
Yesterday a senior Auckland lawyer appeared in court for possession of meth. The Law Society talks to NZLawyer about drug use in the profession.
A New Zealand lawyer has been recognised for her significant achievements in examining and analysing how vulnerable people are dealt with in court