The new partner has advised prime ministers and worked to protect human rights
The changes address “long-standing systemic defects in New Zealand’s parliamentary process,” says the society
Special legislation to create powerful “Urban Development Authorities” is being considered
While many make over £240,000 a year, some take home less than an eighth of that
Top dealmakers and law firm leaders at firms of all sizes will now be recognised at the New Zealand Law Awards
Palmerston North’s crown prosecutor has been granted a prestigious AMINZ Fellowship.
The replacement of lawyers by robots may not be far off but many lawyers don’t believe they will actually be replaced, according to a recent survey.
Mindfulness allows you to obtain a better sense of stillness, curiosity and learning, one expert has claimed.
Five minutes with Baker & McKenzie associate Emma Hunter.
A Queenstown barrister is urging for an increase in judicial resources.