New Zealand legal practitioners can give their wallets a break over the next 12 months
The new budget includes nearly $800m funding for law-and-order initiatives
The system uses machine learning to provide real-time detection of subtle threats and weaknesses in the firm’s network
Here’s why the law, which comes into effect 1 June, will hit foreign companies the hardest, according to a top lawyer
Well-known NZ legal academics - and the Law Society - are slamming recent actions of the Nauru government, calling on NZ’s Foreign Minister Murray McCully to take more decisive action.
A video of a man responding to his divorce by cutting shared belongings in half has gone viral, warning divorcing couples to get legal advice.
The managing partner of a top tier firm has resigned to take up a senior leadership role at one of the country’s biggest banks.
With the ‘gay panic’ defence under the spotlight in Australia, NZLawyer talks to a prominent barrister about the repercussions of the removal of the provocation defence in NZ.
A former Auckland lawyer has been struck off for misusing over half a million dollars of his firm’s funds.
The new managing partner of a top tier firm talks to NZLawyer about riots, fires, and regulatory overhaul.