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 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.
Two lawyers formerly of a top-tier firm – one of whom was partner for around 30 years – have started their own firm.
The right-to-die discussion is one for Parliament, not the courts, according to Justice Collins’ judgement in Seales v Attorney-General.
A well-known voice in New Zealand’s family law space and regular guest on RadioLive, Jeremy Sutton takes five minutes to chat with NZLawyer about football, Sir Ed Hillary and a job vacancy.