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  • Auckland District Law Society: Why New Zealand lawyers need us by Mackenzie McCarty

    When the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006 came into effect, localised law societies around the country closed their doors for good. But the Auckland District Law Society Incorporated says it's going strong, with a renewed focus going forward

  • Hot List interview: Barry Brown, Chapman Tripp by Mackenzie McCarty

    The NZ Lawyer print magazine’s Hot List features some of the country’s top legal professionals – and we’ll be talking to each one of them over the coming weeks. Today, we catch up with long-standing Chapman Tripp partner and M&A and securities specialist, Barry Brown

  • New Zealand second in the world for anticipated M&A activity by NZ Lawyer

    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

  • National firm advises on Crown Irrigation's $6.5million investment by NZ Lawyer

    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

  • Disbarred lawyer: 'Learn from my mistakes' by Mackenzie McCarty

    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

  • Life after MOM: 'The programme is going to have a continued impact for lawyers' by Mackenzie McCarty

    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