Wellington-based legal services start-up says it can benefit both clients and lawyers by using automation.
Effective September 1, six new appointees are from the firm’s Wellington office while three are from its Auckland office.
The group says the law society should be rechristened the “Criminal Leniency Society”.
A barrister who stole $183k and used some of it to pay for alcohol, mortgage, car and overseas travel has been struck off
Stress, overwork and isolation create the perfect storm for lawyers drinking too much.
A former trust lawyer has been struck off after she took $10,000 from a trust account when she sold her practice.