Born in a refugee camp, she’s now using her talents to advocate for refugees
A number of new initiatives and tweaked approaches will mark 2017 for New Zealand’s markets operator
He had misappropriated nearly $240,000 and overcharged one client more than $40,000
Partners who were at the firm in the months before its demise are being asked to come to the aid of former support staff
How do you know if it’s worth sticking out the long hours and countless compromises at your current firm? According to recruiter Jason Elias, there are seven tell tail signs when it’s time to move on.
A NZ firm is setting up residence in an inner-city heritage building.
NZLawyer talks with senior solicitor at Henderson Reeves Connell Rishworth, Emily Henderson
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.