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In exchange for beers and a Benjamin, he thought he could prove his wife was having an affair
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The Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business has announced the new members of its leadership council.
A US judge who ordered a married lesbian couple to give up their foster baby has reversed his decision.
A New Zealand judge has delved into how public opinion sways sentencing decisions and what the judiciary should do to counter these effects.
A US judge has ordered a married lesbian couple to give up their foster baby.
David Broadmore, Buddle Findlay senior associate will be speaking at the NZ Lawyer Contract Law Masterclass. He tells NZ Lawyer about the strangest case he’s been involved in.