New Zealand legal practitioners can give their wallets a break over the next 12 months
The new budget includes nearly $800m funding for law-and-order initiatives
The system uses machine learning to provide real-time detection of subtle threats and weaknesses in the firm’s network
Here’s why the law, which comes into effect 1 June, will hit foreign companies the hardest, according to a top lawyer
A disgraced former lawyer from Lower Hutt has once again been convicted of fraud and sentenced to almost a year of home detention
A Christchurch firm administrator has appeared in court, allegedly swindling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the firm.
A university has appointed its first female law dean, only the third to be appointed in NZ.
A law practitioner from the Cook Islands has been permanently banned from Court after failing to adhere to a three-year suspension
New Zealand law firms are reporting profit margins in excess of 30 percent, according to new survey results.
A firm set up by two LGBTIQ lawyers says it’s filling both a legal and social gap.