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  • New Zealand’s biggest law firms by NZ Lawyer

    NZ Lawyer’s latest magazine edition 6.2 is hot off the press and features an investigation into New Zealand’s biggest law firms by lawyer count. Today we bring you a sneak preview of the results

  • Let non-lawyers in on firm management, says newly appointed ALPMA president by Sophie Schroder

    The Australasian Legal Practice Management Association has just announced the appointment of its new president – a person who strongly feels that an environment where non-lawyers are involved in firm decision making is key

  • The countdown is on for the all-new NZ Law Awards by Sophie Schroder

    The New Zealand Law Awards 2014 is set to be a cracker with the addition of various new categories and special guests: But you need to get in fast because there is only 10 days left to submit your nomination

  • The “red hot” M&A market makes a welcome return to Australasia by Sophie Schroder

    2014 has heralded the return of M&A in Asia Pacific according to Thomson Reuters’ latest M&A legal advisor league tables that show the value of announced M&A deals in the region totaled US$337.8 billion

  • Lawyer and former mayor jailed for fraud by NZ Lawyer

    The former lawyer and Central Hawke’s Bay mayor who was found guilty of fraud in relation to the collapse of Belgrave Finance Limited has been sentenced to jail today at the Auckland High Court

  • Almost two thirds of in-house lawyers look past traditional law firms by Sophie Schroder

    Traditional law firms should look at structuring themselves differently in light of new independent research that shows the vast majority of in-house lawyers are looking to alternatives when purchasing legal services