$400,000 has been earmarked for the study being run out of Otago University
Despite lower global deal volumes, Australasia deal activity increased in 2016
A complaint alleged that a judge whacked a lawyer with a crutch – at a charity event, no less. But now the matter is officially closed
The Court’s provisional operations are expected to start in September
Fee increases are pushing more Australian legal work in-house…Slater & Gordon plans to expand its overseas business… Dentons picks up team from King & Wood Mallesons … and should lawyers have tattoos?...
A 2014 innovation index has unveiled a number of Australasian firms that are tackling and overcoming the traditional law firm “sacred cows”
Saturday’s election wasn’t really a nail biter, but if the provisional results are anything to go by, they’re an MMP rarity. Chen Palmer’s James Dunne discusses what this means for lawyers
The New Zealand Law Awards team is delighted to confirm leading business advisory firm Crowe Horwath has signed on as event partner for this year’s event.
Clifford Chance begins search for new COO… Baker & McKenzie moves closer to diversity mark… new Norton Rose Fulbright partner in Hong Kong… and lawyers call for environmental court….
Freshfields brought in to investigate Tesco profits irregularity… one of China’s biggest law firms could be seeking international partner… more join Akin Gump from Binghams… and Indian lawyers reap the rewards of regulatory change…