Twelve years ago, one law firm partner weighed in at 100kgs and smoked and drank “a lot”. Now he’s dropped a quarter of his body weight and is representing NZ in amateur triathlons.
Job sharing could be the answer for mums working flexibly, a CEO says.
Two of New Zealand’s biggest law firms provide analysis on this year’s Budget.
One lawyer has swapped the “addictive” buzz of pulling all-nighters to do IPOs for big firms - and the busyness of an in-house counsel role - to become special counsel at a boutique NZ firm, and she’s never been happier.
A number of NZ and Australian firms have advised on a significant $298m contract.
Two well-known New Zealand female partners discuss one way of keeping women in the workforce.