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
New research has uncovered some surprising trends, giving insights into how legal firms will have to handle their recruitment efforts in 2016
Paralympics New Zealand’s legal partner will host an exhibition of portraits to raise awareness for para-sport.
Lighter Side: Ex-Spiderman performer launches streetside appeal for law career
A number of firms have announced their appointments for December.
The Magna Carta owned by King Henry VIII’s lawyer is on display at the University of Canterbury this month.
A new firm spruiking a ‘new approach’ has entered into New Zealand’s insurance litigation market.