Legal training provider takes on 12 new instructors
A private legal training provider has just announced the appointment of 12 new instructors across Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, Christchurch and Hamilton
The XX factor: Why are female lawyers failing to reach the top?
More than half of new entrants to the New Zealand legal industry are women, so why do partnerships remain so heavily male-dominated?
Bell Gully formally announces appointment of three new partners, four senior associates
Bell Gully has formally announced the appointment of three new partners and four senior associates in its Auckland and Wellington offices
Gearing up for the Cartels Bill: the Commission’s draft guidelines
Bell Gully senior associate, Glenn Shewan and solicitor, Penny Pasley, outline the Commerce Commission's recently-released draft Competitor Collaboration Guidelines
Xero's in-house talks legal focus amidst aggressive growth
Xero's global head of legal functions, Matt Vaughan, tells NZ Lawyer why taking on the company's top legal role a year ago was a 'no-brainer' and how he balances the group's legal requirements with its aggressive growth plans
Chambers rankings show New Zealand talent is widespread
While top tier firms continued to dominate this year's Chambers rankings, Band one individuals were singled out at more than 20 firms across the country