Given the seriousness and prevalence of cyber-attacks in New Zealand, its important law firms know how to properly advise their clients, one expert says
The lawyer admitted to two charges and voluntarily stepped down from practice before his hearing.
Apart from helping people with house purchases, the app has the potential to be modified to cover other legal areas.
Despite the Supreme Court ruling, inmates are unlikely to receive compensation for serving longer terms than required.
A trend towards the consolidation and growth of in-house legal teams is sweeping across the Australasian legal sector, but why is this and what does it mean for external firms?
Three Auckland Law School alumni and future top NZ lawyers feature in this year’s Fulbright award recipients and will now go on to complete higher studies at Harvard, Columbia University and Yale
There has been much debate about introducing a capital gains tax in New Zealand, but far less about what shape it would take if it were adopted. Michael Littlewood, professor at University of Auckland Law School, explores the issue
The New Zealand Law Awards 2014 is set to be a cracker with the addition of various new categories and special guests: But beware, there’s only three more days of nominations left!
A law firm with a unique structure that was a finalist in the 2014 Telstra Business Awards has found great success in outsourcing work to Jerusalem: We talk to the founding partners to find out why Israel is the “Silicon Valley” of law
Chapman Tripp has announced the appointment of a construction law expert who was previously in Allen & Overy’s projects team in Dubai where he spent close to six years advising on large scale projects in the Middle East