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After 20 years at another Big Six outfit, an infrastructure expert leaves to head a rival’s projects group
Asian New Zealand lawyers are not being faced with the ‘bamboo ceiling’ purportedly in Australia, the HR director of one of NZ’s biggest firms says.
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A former immigration lawyer who helped an international TV personality gain New Zealand residency will spend more time behind bars.
Worldwide law firm mergers have left commentators foreseeing firms of the future with 10,000 lawyers. One NZ firm talks to NZLawyer about global growth.
A NZ firm has appointed two new senior associates and one new associate.