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
A Court of Appeals in the US has apologised after losing a case for five years.
Two partners in two top tier NZ firms talk about the legal innovations in the largest block trade ever in the country.
A global firm with a NZ practice has been acknowledged as among the world’s best firms for women. NZLawyer talks to one of the firm’s lawyers who juggles motherhood with working in the corporate team.
In a landmark move, the High Court has delivered judgment on a high profile tendering case. What effects will this decision have?
Several Kiwi lawyers have found themselves on the wrong side of the law recently.
A Kiwi lawyer working in London is grateful after good Samaritans stepped in to free her from underneath a cab.