“Personal attacks and sweeping generalisations are not acceptable,” it says
A number of challenges face the country’s legal profession, lawyers say
The former lawyer was convicted of nine charges in June
The world’s largest law firm picks up a 33-lawyer firm
The Harvard Law School graduate is helping an American tribe fight a planned oil pipeline in North Dakota.
A quiet Auckland suburb is buzzing with film crews shooting scenes for the five-part series.
Simpson Grierson health and safety director Terry Johnson explains how Kiwi organisations are adapting
The New Zealand Law Society says that sentencing is hard and here’s why.
Lowndes' first female partner Jacque Lethbridge reveals why she would like to blog about fashion and what she sees as the biggest issue facing the legal space in NZ.
The criminal defence lawyer was ordered to submit to a random drug test after his conviction.