Traditional law firms face two-pronged challenge
NZ firms need to be tougher in the coming years, says DLA Piper’s Katie Carson
Pursue your passion
Buddle Findlay’s new chair says lawyers will be successful if they just follow this simple guiding principle
Staying relevant in the changing business of law
Peter Chemis looks back on the decade he spent leading Buddle Findlay, and shares why lawyers and law firms sometimes need to keep their egos in check
How an equine fanatic’s love for travelling brought her to an NZ law career
Victoria Anderson, Senior Associate at Simpson Grierson, reveals why she would have the Iron Lady to dinner and her passion for all things equine
Judith Collins: When there’s a will there’s a way
Partner and principal, business owner, lecturer, backbencher, mother, student, farmer, Justice Minister - there’s little newly appointed Police and Corrections Minister Judith Collins can’t do, and that’s fact. Sasha Borissenko reports.
Elizabeth Tennet: Championing change
Where once pay equity was a thing of fairy tales, it’s now officially recognised by the New Zealand courts. Sasha Borissenko sat down to talk to the Community Law CEO who’s spent her life dedicated to the cause.