Women outnumber men among lawyers and among senior staff – but account for only a small fraction of firm leadership
A new innovation will soon make life a bit easier for NZ’s more than 13,000 lawyers
The firm has closed two offices in the Greater China region
Juno Legal's Helen Mackay wants to level up in-house teams across the country. The legal profession wants her to achieve that lofty goal
One partner-turned-magistrate shows perhaps the best way to say farewell to BigLaw to become a judge.
An inter-agency information sharing framework already in place will be circumvented, the organisation argues.
This is the first time the English courts interpreted decisions made by another Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive member state's resolution authority.
Acquisitions of British firms have also plummeted even though the sterling’s decline was expected to boost buys.
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.