Born in a refugee camp, she’s now using her talents to advocate for refugees
A number of new initiatives and tweaked approaches will mark 2017 for New Zealand’s markets operator
He had misappropriated nearly $240,000 and overcharged one client more than $40,000
Partners who were at the firm in the months before its demise are being asked to come to the aid of former support staff
District Court judge Arthur Tompkins talks to NZ Lawyer about his other passion: protecting art during wartime.
Law firms pioneering value-based pricing models in Australasia are seeing clients willing to experiment with them despite their smaller size.
An international firm with a fresh batch of local Australasian talent expects to capitalise on a ‘fragmented’ legal market in its niche area of expertise.
Originally from South Africa, DLA Phillips Fox solicitor Stephen Behrmann takes five minutes to tell us about the strangest case he’s ever worked on, and the importance of golf.
2015 could be the year a decision is made on Wellington becoming a ‘super-city’, with a Greater Wellington Council now on the agenda
Law firms pursuing strategies of recruiting star partners from their competitors may be making a mistake without a cultural fit.