The New Zealand Law Society has raised concerns about the definition of "legal profession" and the timeframe for firms to comply with the Act.
Two-time grad recruit campaign champion Simpson Grierson is the firm to beat for Best Graduate Print Campaign again this year.
A record crowd will gather this November for the industry’s night of nights
Given the seriousness and prevalence of cyber-attacks in New Zealand, its important law firms know how to properly advise their clients, one expert says
Chapman Tripp representatives say businesses that acquire more than 50 shareholders through the new crowd funding exclusions under the FMCA may be subject to the “big end of town” requirements of the Financial Reporting Act
A recent Australian report has indicated there are too many law students and not near enough jobs available for when they graduate - but does this translate into the New Zealand context? And what's the point of a law degree, anyway?
Are you a lawyer thinking of working in London for a few years? You should probably be looking somewhere else instead
Are modern professionals too quick to jump into new business relationships? Terri Trespicio, writer at US business site DailyWorth, thinks so
Staff at a prominent UK law firm have been caught drinking beer in the ladies, according to local reports
New Zealand Law Society president, Chris Moore, has this morning responded to the death of celebrated jurist Sir Owen Woodhouse, saying his "compassion and generous approach to life was always present"