Born in a refugee camp, she’s now using her talents to advocate for refugees
A number of new initiatives and tweaked approaches will mark 2017 for New Zealand’s markets operator
He had misappropriated nearly $240,000 and overcharged one client more than $40,000
Partners who were at the firm in the months before its demise are being asked to come to the aid of former support staff
The Auckland District Law Society will expand its work experience and mentoring programs, and is now looking for law firms who wish to participate.
A Hertfordshire wedding dress designer is suing Alexander McQueen over the alleged copyright of Kate Middleton’s 2011 wedding dress.
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A formally struck-off lawyer appeared in the Auckland District Court on fraud charges.
Following recent findings of low levels of trust in New Zealand’s judicial system, what can be done to help boost this and restore the public’s faith?