The situation is particularly bad in New Zealand and there are still major aftershocks ahead
There’s much more to achieve, the New Zealand Law Society says
The Law Society was ordered to pay the former lawyer thousands
An ethics committee appointed by the state’s highest court says the codes of professionalism do not prohibit the practice
The first company to float on the New Zealand stock exchange this year has opted to proceed under old securities legislation.
The world's first jetpack company hails from New Zealand and is being listed on the Australian sharemarket with the help of firms on either side of the Tasman.
The question of parental leave is one of the big issues women aiming for leadership positions in New Zealand's legal sphere face.
Sellar Bone partner Luke Crawford talks to NZLawyer about cricket, air-conditioning and what he perceives is the single biggest issue facing the legal space in New Zealand in 2015.
NZLawyer speaks with Chief High Court Judge Justice Helen Winkelmann who reveals what trends she hopes to see continue in the year ahead.
A Tauranga litigation partner is stepping into the role of deputy chair of the biggest dispute resolution membership organisation in the Southern Hemisphere.