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
A commission set up by the American Bar Association, looks at the viability allowing ABS models in the legal sector.
A lawyer is suing Woolworths after slipping on a shallot.
Kiwi operations are likely to be spared from the 200-person job cuts facing the firm’s UK offices.
One firm is tapping into the start-up market by preparing businesses for dealings with China.
An inmate who threatened to kill a judge who put him in prison appeared in court by video link yesterday.