Lloyd Kavanagh, a member of the firm’s board since 2010, takes on the role of Chair in addition to his corporate and financial services practice
Average revenue per partner is more than $800k, up 12% from figures reported in last year’s survey
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More leaders of law firms are reportedly interested in selling rights to uncollected billings to litigation finance firms.
Will the rise of AI cause any real changes to the legal profession? According to one New Zealand professor, the answer is a resounding yes.
HR needs to be more in step with other business functions to have a credible voice in the boardroom, a report from one of the world's largest corporate law firms says.
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The Law Society has come out in support of changes to criminal legal aid fees.
The team from the University of Auckland proved their first class mediation skills, coming second out of 65 teams in the six-day competition held in Paris.