Several factors, including lesser regulatory challenges, will make litigation funding a significant part of the country’s litigation scene
A disciplinary tribunal took action after learning a lawyer had failed to disclose multiple convictions
Critics are unjustifiably blaming the Family Court when they have better avenues to seek reforms, the Bar Association says
A Magic Circle firm will close its Bangkok office, end its alliance in Jakarta, and strengthen its Singapore operations
The new national centre will offer education and conduct research on how digital technology affects the law in New Zealand.
An anonymous female bidder has agreed to pay $3,456,789 to eat lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett - not including the tip.
"An intrapreneur comes to work because they believe in the vision of what the organisation is trying to achieve," the founder of The Entourage says.
With larger proportions of Māori going through the NZ justice system, the Ministry of Justice has set its sights on amending and repairing this serious issue.
Traditional options such as outsourcing and fixed billing may not be providing law firms with the efficiency they crave, says one leading consultant.
Latest survey suggests that it will take 64 years for genders to be equally represented at the senior level.