A major New Zealand firm has been so surprised by the results of research it conducted into the employment arena, it has created a post-election wish list it plans to take to government
A ground-breaking law to combat work-related stress is being considered around the globe, but would protecting employees from being “permanently reachable” by modern technology actually damage NZ lawyers?
Tim Orsman of Simpson Grierson and Debra Blackett, Head of Legal at BP Oil NZ, discuss the growing demands on in-house teams.
Some would say that one Kiwi lawyer has the most coveted role in the New Zealand legal profession: We find out why his job is probably the next best thing to being an All Black
“The days of the old boys club are over”: Law firm becomes first NZ organisation to be awarded the Rainbow Tick - a recognition of a workplace that welcomes sexual and gender diversity
An international firm recently announced its plan to become one of the first in the UK to embrace fixed-fee litigation: But if the trend spread here, how would it go down Down Under?