HDY's haemorrhaging continues as more lawyers defect
Top-tier tech heads for the heavens
Robo-advice regs rile rank and file
Dust settles, justice once again dispensed
A lawyer fined for racial harassment over the treatment of a clerk is set to appeal the decision, saying he was only correcting his grammar.
Fewer people are now being sentenced in court, which continues a decades-long downward drift. Which factors have contributed to this positive trend?
Russell McVeagh partner Kylie Dunn tells NZ Lawyer what brought her to lawyering at Russell McVeagh.
Senior hire for international firm in Sydney… Does Japan have too many lawyers?... Former judge joins Morgan Lewis in Tokyo…
A conflict of interest case has led to a lawyer being censured and fined, with the district court judge “astounded” by his poor record-keeping practices.
The case against a law school brought by a law grad who failed to get a job has been dismissed.