“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
Wellington-based legal services start-up says it can benefit both clients and lawyers by using automation.
The reforms include permanent identification of offenders, new specific offenses, process modifications and new services.
The US-based online legal services provider will first launch in France with planned rollout to Spain and the Netherlands next.
Making A Murderer’s Brendan Dassey, who was scheduled to be released early November, is facing another hurdle in his bid for freedom.
A rapidly growing Auckland office is expanding further with the appointment of three lawyers to the partnership.
NZ National Party allegedly used the award-winning rapper’s song “Lose Yourself” in a campaign video without permission.