Lighter Side: Aussie lawyer cheats on ethics exam
In what is, quite possibly, the most ironic case of exam-cheating ever recorded, an Australian lawyer has been struck down after being found guilty of cheating on his ethics exam
Dentons names European head of real estate, UK solicitors set to lose work to barristers
Dentons names European head of real estate following Rosedale departure... long-standing boss of Norton Rose Fullbright aims to stay in charge... and UK solicitors set to lose work to barristers...
Exclusive: New partner for Chen Palmer
Chen Palmer has announced the appointment of a new Wellington-based partner
Prime Minister officially opens new Anderson Lloyd premises
Anderson Lloyd staff who were trapped for hours following the February 2011 earthquake are delighted with the completion of their new Christchurch premises - and Prime Minister John Key was there for the official opening ceremony
Hot List: Rachael Brown, Bell Gully
Bell Gully partner, Rachael Brown, has been instrumental in organising the secondment of many of the firm's junior staff to community law centres around Wellington and Hutt Valley
Strategic recruitment 101: Is your firm struggling to find the right people?
Recruitment in many pockets of New Zealand business, including the legal profession, has been mistakenly side-lined as an administration function, according to one leading New Zealand recruitment specialist