Not taking action means exposure to very real legal consequences in the next 18 months
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A former executive director of the New Zealand Law Society will be in charge of addressing complaints about the conduct of Judges, while a lawyer formerly of a major NZ firm has been appointed his deputy.
New Zealand’s largest voluntary legal membership organisation is partnering with the country’s top-ranked law school.
The strangest case Katharine Taurau ever worked on involved people wanting to create a private lake out of the sea.
A leading globally-ranked New Zealand law firm is competing against and beating Australian firms in their own backyard.
A Wellington barrister has been appointed Judge Advocate General of the Armed Forces.
A crossword-loving attorney has made headlines with this unusual proposal.