Kiwi in-house lawyers are increasingly heading to Australia in search of better paying - and more interesting - work opportunities, according to one major Australian recruitment agency
Two lawyers, one of Wellington and one formerly of Hastings, have been struck off the roll by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal
Forget slogging away for decades in an effort to make equity partner. Today, many lawyers are looking in-house when it comes to career progression
The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal has suspended a former finance company director from practice as a barrister and solicitor for twelve months
Sir Edmund Thomas paid the following tribute to Sir Owen Woodhouse at a symposium held at the Law School at the University of Auckland on 13 December, 2007, to mark the 40th anniversary of the Woodhouse Report. Sir Owen Woodhouse was present. He died on April 15th this year and his funeral is being held today.
Andrew Butler, Russell McVeagh, NZ Lawyer Hotlist 2014 Profile