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
The latest Grant Thornton International Business Report hands New Zealand second place behind one European nation for predicted acquisition activity over the next two years
A national firm is advising Crown Irrigation Investments Limited (Crown Irrigation) on its conditional agreement to invest $6.5 million in the Central Plains Water Scheme
Christchurch solicitor Murray Withers lost his High Court appeal last week and is now banned from practicing law. In this exclusive interview, Withers tells NZ Lawyer there are lessons to be learned from his mistakes
Chapman Tripp senior associate and corporate and securities law specialist, Rachel Dunne, says the Mixed Ownership Model programme is going to have a continued impact on the way the legal industry handles IPOs in New Zealand
Ish Fraser is a partner in the commercial leasing practice at Kensington Swan in Wellington. In today's interview, he tells us about a former case involving wine in lieu of rent, how his first job paid $1.76 an hour – and who he’d like to arm-wrestle over dinner
Following its recent report on a survey of the Holidays Act 2003, Simpson Grierson hosted a working group session with Minister of Labour, Simon Bridges and 15 senior legal counsel and human resources practitioners