Residual amounts of the drugs were found at the lawyer’s home, work and car
The deal, worth around $260 million for half of the company, is expected to improve the NZ firm’s access into China
She was born in a UN refugee camp and was shocked how nice teachers were in New Zealand after being accustomed to being beaten in school
The email which led to the infection of the computer system appears to have come from Australia
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Nominations for the NZ Law Awards close this Thursday, 17 July. If you think your firm has what it takes to compete at the very top of the industry, nominate now!
An Auckland lawyer has been struck from the Roll of Barristers and Solicitors after being convicted of use and possession of drugs including methamphetamine
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Three Auckland Law School alumni and future top NZ lawyers feature in this year’s Fulbright award recipients and will now go on to complete higher studies at Harvard, Columbia University and Yale