Born in a refugee camp, she’s now using her talents to advocate for refugees
A number of new initiatives and tweaked approaches will mark 2017 for New Zealand’s markets operator
He had misappropriated nearly $240,000 and overcharged one client more than $40,000
Partners who were at the firm in the months before its demise are being asked to come to the aid of former support staff
Two New Zealand law firms have entered into a forward-thinking agreement that they think is the way of the future in modern legal practice
An lawyer who photoshopped her face onto celebrity photos in a bid to make herself look like a friend to the rich and famous is now facing suspension
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.