Crime victims are finding closure through programs that allow them to express the impact of the offence and speak to the offender
Changes to the tax rules will help build ‘a more productive and competitive economy,’ according to the revenue minister
His advice may have landed him in the middle of a $1m legal malpractice suit, but, well, you’ve got to give him points for honesty
A Colombian outfit is sending emails claiming it’s an agent of a top law firm – but the firm’s people say they’ve never heard of it
A booming property market means the time is ripe for Auckland law firms, with one commentator declaring it’s the best it’s been in a decade.
From stretching the truth to exaggerative experience, candidates are increasingly embellishing their resumes. Here are the six best ways to spot a fraud
A lady who declared ownership of the sun and started offering plots via eBay is now in a hefty court battle with the online auction site.
A new survey observes NZ’s top-tier firms are still demanding top-level marks from candidates, but sources say they are starting to look for more “well-rounded” graduates.
Recent research has found lawyers are not considered the least trusted profession in New Zealand.
A New Zealand law legend has died.