“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 New Zealand Law Society has warned lawyers that all practising certificates will have to be renewed over the next few weeks
A UK judge who had a tantrum in court over lost luggage, has been benched.
A lawyer who swore at a police prosecutor in court has been fined and censured.
One firm is facing allegations it was linked to the exiled Kazakhstan prime minister in the Panama Papers leak.
A new survey has revealed that despite the significant benefits of diversity to a legal team, only a small portion of teams are truly diverse.
Despite the number of Christchurch cases ramping down, New Zealand’s insurance lawyers can expect to remain busy, writes Hannah Norton.