A high-profile Kiwi litigator has been named this year’s Disputes Star at the Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards.
The NZCC continues to ‘name and shame’ businesses, despite the Commission itself admitting complaints do not, in themselves, indicate legal violations.
This is the fourth time a law firm has clinched the NZAGE Industry Award for Best Graduate Print Campaign winner.
The new program is on top of the firm’s 18-week parental leave program.
An Oxford University law student has taken on a top barrister, after he said law students are too delicate to study law.
A Wellington laywer will be the first resident Kiwi on the board of the international petroleum negotiators.
A new survey has revealed a number of new statistics about how the New Zealand public feels about lawyers and the quality of their services.
An Arkansas judge has resigned following new allegations he exchanged sentence leniency for sexual favours.
Following the Panama Papers leak, an investigation has revealed the New Zealand firm caught up in the scandal.
The New Zealand Law Society welcomed the new social investment initiative which aims to address core issues within the country’s criminal justice system.