His pioneering work established New Zealand’s Rangatahi Courts System
One lawyer was nearly struck off the rolls for making ‘disgraceful and baseless attacks’ against two High Court judges
For allegedly being part of a meth supply ring run out of Manawatu Prison, the 69-year-old woman could be jailed for life
Cybersecurity is GCs’ top area of concern for 2017. So why aren’t they more prepared?
A construction lawyer at one of NZ’s biggest law firms is preparing to go on secondment to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
DLA Phillips Fox’s new property partner Daniel Arapere chats to NZ Lawyer about the challenges and opportunities that arise from globalisation, and pollen allergies
The New Zealand Law Society is warning firms to be on alert after more scam emails do the rounds... Attorneys General discuss jurors researching cases online... SA Law Society issues guidance on trust accounts... and UK's Justice Secretary calls for end to ‘ambulance chasing’ law firms
A major corporate law conference will include an address by Jack Hodder QC, an architect of the Companies Act 1993, which was once called “the most radical reappraisal” of this branch of the law in the Commonwealth
Most businesses look to customer feedback to ensure their offering remains relevant. Trish Hyde, the CEO of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, asks: Should lawyers do the same?
In an unpredictable legal ruling, a UK judge has ordered a lottery winner to split half of his £1 million hoard with a waiter who claims to have predicted the win