His pioneering work established New Zealand’s Rangatahi Courts System
One lawyer was nearly struck off the rolls for making ‘disgraceful and baseless attacks’ against two High Court judges
For allegedly being part of a meth supply ring run out of Manawatu Prison, the 69-year-old woman could be jailed for life
Cybersecurity is GCs’ top area of concern for 2017. So why aren’t they more prepared?
It’s no secret that of late Australia has been a destination of choice for international firms keen on setting up shop there… but are they about jump the ditch and trickle into New Zealand too?
A lawyer who adorned his robes with ribbons and badges and calls himself “Mozart of the courtroom” has been blasted by a judge for dressing like “something out of Harry Potter”
Lawyers look to expand outside the law…US firm first to debut in Sri Lanka…Bingham’s London team could become independent…
New regional head for Herbert Smith Freehills... Another merger for US firms… Hogan Lovells appoints new corporate partner… Hacking victim pizza company claims law firm has conflict of interest…
The death of a lawyer described as an “upstanding advocate” who could turn around the most difficult cases has left friends and colleagues in the legal community reeling
Mai Chen, the founding partner of Chen Palmer, explores the possible flow-on effects for lawyers that the outcome of the fast-approaching September 20 General Election could have