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An infamous New Zealand lawyer who attracted a raft of complaints – including one from a judge – has removed himself from the roll of barristers and solicitors.
The first female partner of one of New Zealand’s oldest firms has returned to its helm 16 years later.
A lawyer who sold cannabis to an undercover police officer has been suspended for three years.
A disgraced lawyer falsely accused two prison offers of planting evidence, a tribunal’s reserved decision reveals.