Women outnumber men among lawyers and among senior staff – but account for only a small fraction of firm leadership
A new innovation will soon make life a bit easier for NZ’s more than 13,000 lawyers
The firm has closed two offices in the Greater China region
Juno Legal's Helen Mackay wants to level up in-house teams across the country. The legal profession wants her to achieve that lofty goal
A student entrepreneur has launched the very first robot lawyer, capable of giving tailored legal advice.
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.