Not taking action means exposure to very real legal consequences in the next 18 months
The court’s principal judge hits back after a group said the court is a “dangerous place for women and children”
For a €40,000 pay cut, associates won’t have to burn the midnight oil ever again
After 20 years at another Big Six outfit, an infrastructure expert leaves to head a rival’s projects group
Nominations for this year’s Australasian Law Awards close today.
The Public Defence Service has announced the appointment of a leading Wellington lawyer as the organisation’s new director.
New Zealand law firms could improve productivity by modernising their office space, a new survey has found.
With the volume of discovery material growing and outsourcing of discovery and litigation support becoming increasingly popular, New Zealand firms are set to benefit from a new partnership between software and litigation support providers.
Mark Lawlor, partner at Duncan Cotterill tells NZ Lawyer why he’d be a sunroof installer if he wasn’t a lawyer.
A national firm has announced the appointment of ten new senior associates across its Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch offices.