Not taking action means exposure to very real legal consequences in the next 18 months
The court’s principal judge hits back after a group said the court is a “dangerous place for women and children”
For a €40,000 pay cut, associates won’t have to burn the midnight oil ever again
After 20 years at another Big Six outfit, an infrastructure expert leaves to head a rival’s projects group
A bitter email trail erupted in a U.S. Attorney’s Office when office top dog requested that pets are left at home.
A Kiwi lawyer has penned an “open letter” to the Supreme Court about a high profile case.
The Attorney-General is standing by Crown Law with regards to John Banks’ case.
Nominations close on Monday for the legal industry’s leading independent awards
Critics have weighed in on the highly anticipated sequel to the literary justice classic, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.
The number of online ads for legal roles in New Zealand has increased significantly in the past year.