NZ’s contempt-of-court law is currently found in a mix of case law and statutes. The country may soon get a singular statute for it.
Two alumni return to the firm, while two others come from in-house roles
Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy’s approval is recognition of the justice’s service as a judge of the High Court
He has more than three decades of senior in-house experience at the insurer and two major financial institutions
Nominations close on Monday for the legal industry’s leading independent awards
Critics have weighed in on the highly anticipated sequel to the literary justice classic, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.
The number of online ads for legal roles in New Zealand has increased significantly in the past year.
A former executive director of the New Zealand Law Society will be in charge of addressing complaints about the conduct of Judges, while a lawyer formerly of a major NZ firm has been appointed his deputy.
New Zealand’s largest voluntary legal membership organisation is partnering with the country’s top-ranked law school.
The strangest case Katharine Taurau ever worked on involved people wanting to create a private lake out of the sea.