$400,000 has been earmarked for the study being run out of Otago University
Despite lower global deal volumes, Australasia deal activity increased in 2016
A complaint alleged that a judge whacked a lawyer with a crutch – at a charity event, no less. But now the matter is officially closed
The Court’s provisional operations are expected to start in September
A move from litigation to collaboration under proposed RMA reforms could see less work for the legal fraternity, a partner says.
A renowned District Court judge and university law lecturer talks print regulation and Fleetwood Mac.
A recently qualified legal executive has been banned from working for 18months after revealing details about her former father-in-law’s will.
A boutique New Zealand firm is offering free legal templates worth thousands of dollars.
McLaw Lewis solicitor and Maori Law Society event manager Heather Jamieson talks to NZLawyer about sangria, Robin Williams and her great-grandfather Judge Raymond Jamieson.
M&A activity this year will be determined by vendors bringing assets to market, says law firm partner.