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
Whangarei barrister Kelly Ellis talks with NZ Lawyer about an unusual case involving a dancing hobbit, and her previous career as a reporter.
Businesses are being urged to treat standard form consumer contracts with care, as new unfair contract terms (UCT) laws take effect this month – with no grace period.
The first full year following a ‘’once in a generation’’ rewrite of capital markets law should see a healthy amount of initial public offerings (IPOs) particularly in the mid-market.
A bill repealing one of New Zealand’s oldest statutes still in force has passed its second reading with cross-party support.
A Brazilian judge has been seen driving Porsche that has been seized as part of a case over which he is presiding.
An Auckland lawyer who smuggled an iPhone, cigarettes and a lighter to her client in prison has been struck off.