A law firm has elevated four new lawyers to its partnership thanks to what it calls its aspiration for four key practices within its full-service client offering.
The management of top tier law firms in New Zealand have warned next year’s election is not immune from global political shifts that have resulted in Trump and Brexit.
Prime Minister John Key has announced his resignation at a press conference today.
A top tier law firm has refreshed its partnership bench with the promotion of four new lawyers in a move it says will enhance its ‘dynamic’ network of legal specialists.
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.
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.