The new partner has advised prime ministers and worked to protect human rights
The changes address “long-standing systemic defects in New Zealand’s parliamentary process,” says the society
Special legislation to create powerful “Urban Development Authorities” is being considered
While many make over £240,000 a year, some take home less than an eighth of that
New figures show criminal and civil cases are moving through the courts faster.
A recent survey has found that an astonishing number of lawyers wish they weren’t.
The New Zealand practice of a global law firm has appointed a new chief executive, who comes fresh from a role in Dubai.
Two firms confirm they will be making submissions in support of the removal of regulatory costs for Kiwi companies looking to dual list on the Australian Securities Exchange.
A former Justice of the High Court of Australia will conduct a fresh inquiry into David Bain’s claim for compensation.
A US county judge in Arkansas has been hospitalised after being attacked by a pet zebra.