The winners reflect how in-house lawyers are becoming integral parts of management teams tackling 21st century risks
Three senior legal counsel join as demand for bespoke in-house legal services increases
New Zealand’s judicial officers are getting thousands more
The barrister and solicitor faces a serious charge, right at the end of his career
The CEO of one of the biggest banks in the country says more of a “blunt instrument” is needed to address gender inequality in the workplace.
A Wellington public law specialist is taking the fight for her to be able to end her own life to the High Court.
DLA Piper New Zealand partner Laura Scampion talks to NZLawyer about a day-long negotiation involving a white shag pile carpet, Cristal champagne and Habanos - as well as surfing and Te Arai Point.
A disgraced lawyer falsely accused two prison offers of planting evidence, a tribunal’s reserved decision reveals.
How a crudely-iced cake could shape injury to feelings compensation payments under the Privacy Act.
Three judges have been sacked for allegedly viewing porn at work, using official judiciary computers.