Women outnumber men among lawyers and among senior staff – but account for only a small fraction of firm leadership
A new innovation will soon make life a bit easier for NZ’s more than 13,000 lawyers
The firm has closed two offices in the Greater China region
Juno Legal's Helen Mackay wants to level up in-house teams across the country. The legal profession wants her to achieve that lofty goal
A world leading arbitrator and litigator who advised on the Rainbow Warrior case 30 years ago has spoken out about the misconceptions surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
A Greek judge has convicted and sentenced a dead man, despite the defence lawyer explaining that his client had already died.
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.