Not taking action means exposure to very real legal consequences in the next 18 months
The court’s principal judge hits back after a group said the court is a “dangerous place for women and children”
For a €40,000 pay cut, associates won’t have to burn the midnight oil ever again
After 20 years at another Big Six outfit, an infrastructure expert leaves to head a rival’s projects group
The institution says its Part II student intake has not increased for over a decade even as Auckland’s population has boomed.
The president of the Criminal Bar Association says that fewer and fewer lawyers are choosing to do legal aid work.
The panel, expected to probe attitude to women, has been established after several scandals rocked rugby in New Zealand.
The crowdfunding campaign has already pooled £138,687 to defend the ruling which requires the UK Parliament vote on Brexit.
The firm shuttered a standalone office in Saudi Arabia, opting instead for a cooperation with a newly-established local firm.
The firm was recognised for having no pay gap between men and women doing the same job.