Several factors, including lesser regulatory challenges, will make litigation funding a significant part of the country’s litigation scene
A disciplinary tribunal took action after learning a lawyer had failed to disclose multiple convictions
Critics are unjustifiably blaming the Family Court when they have better avenues to seek reforms, the Bar Association says
A Magic Circle firm will close its Bangkok office, end its alliance in Jakarta, and strengthen its Singapore operations
With younger lawyers not tolerating long pay-ins to equity partnerships and some equity partners avoiding retiring at 65 the future of some NZ law firms is looking stark, according to a law firm planning specialist.
A Christchurch insurance lawyer who was in one of the Canterbury earthquakes is now fundraising for his home country of Nepal.
New Zealand and Australian arbitrators have signed off on a new agreement to promote out-of-court processes.
A new study gauges New Zealand firms’ plans for salary increases over the next 12 months.
A man routinely ranked by Chambers, Legal 500, Euromoney and Global Counsel as the world’s leading authority on international commercial arbitration and international litigation is in New Zealand.
Dr Maria Pozza talks to NZLawyer about death row cases, the Christchurch markets and weapons.