NZ’s contempt-of-court law is currently found in a mix of case law and statutes. The country may soon get a singular statute for it.
Two alumni return to the firm, while two others come from in-house roles
Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy’s approval is recognition of the justice’s service as a judge of the High Court
He has more than three decades of senior in-house experience at the insurer and two major financial institutions
A group of Auckland Law School students have launched a forum giving Pacific law students a voice.
The Kira system will become a full-time feature of Freshfields’ Legal Services Centre to deal with transactional work.
The man has crowdfunded over £145,000 and is looking to sue politicians from both sides of the referendum who lied about Brexit.
An Auckland law professor says the proposal to increase the number of law graduates will dilute the student experience resulting in slipping world ranks
Bapcor swiftly enters the New Zealand market with the acquisition it describes as a ‘perfect fit’.
Associate Justice Minister Simon Bridges released the information after a written parliamentary question from Green Party MP David Clendon