A law firm has elevated four new lawyers to its partnership thanks to what it calls its aspiration for four key practices within its full-service client offering.
The management of top tier law firms in New Zealand have warned next year’s election is not immune from global political shifts that have resulted in Trump and Brexit.
Prime Minister John Key has announced his resignation at a press conference today.
A top tier law firm has refreshed its partnership bench with the promotion of four new lawyers in a move it says will enhance its ‘dynamic’ network of legal specialists.
The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal has suspended a former finance company director from practice as a barrister and solicitor for twelve months
It would be hard to find a New Zealand litigator with a more interesting background that of Simpson Grierson associate Tamina Cunningham-Adams
Slaughter and May has announced salary increases for some staff, while global firm Appleby has been granted the first offshore law firm licence in mainland China
The Chapman Tripp and Bell Gully teams involved in a US$1bn Japanese investment say the deal went down smoothly – but that it also provided insights into some unique cultural differences
Freshfields is transferring a global practice head in order to boost its Singapore practice, while DLA Piper and Pillsbury veterans join forces to start a real estate group
Chen Palmer founding partner Mai Chen has officially launched her latest book, an overview of the development of the Auckland Council