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Top lawyer claims tenants will likely move in by October
The budding lawyer will study in Yale to bolster her specialisation in environmental and international law
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A Wellington public law specialist is taking the fight for her to be able to end her own life to the High Court.
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A disgraced lawyer falsely accused two prison offers of planting evidence, a tribunal’s reserved decision reveals.
How a crudely-iced cake could shape injury to feelings compensation payments under the Privacy Act.
Three judges have been sacked for allegedly viewing porn at work, using official judiciary computers.
A major NZ firm is representing a billion-dollar US private equity business in its investment in a local company.