$400,000 has been earmarked for the study being run out of Otago University
Despite lower global deal volumes, Australasia deal activity increased in 2016
A complaint alleged that a judge whacked a lawyer with a crutch – at a charity event, no less. But now the matter is officially closed
The Court’s provisional operations are expected to start in September
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Anderson Lloyd partner owner, Jen Crawford, tells NZ Lawyer about her involvement in what is believed to be the largest heritage restoration project of its kind anywhere in the world
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One New Zealand university has announced it will be providing the country's first international aviation law course from next month
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