$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
Australasian law firm has helped Kiwibank to establish its ground-breaking Fintech Accelerator program
The outburst came after a court official told the lawyer her demand for her case to be called after a break could not be done.
The Harvard Law School graduate is helping an American tribe fight a planned oil pipeline in North Dakota.
A quiet Auckland suburb is buzzing with film crews shooting scenes for the five-part series.
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The New Zealand Law Society says that sentencing is hard and here’s why.