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The move also sees a reshuffle of key personnel in the country and the wider Asian region
One barrister has expressed the desire never to visit Serco’s Mt Eden prison again, with the corrections facility now on lockdown amidst claims of gang fights, serious assaults and one young prisoner being dropped off a balcony to his death.
Two NZ lawyers, who happen to be old law school mates, have teamed up to take out a national cup before hanging up their competition ‘boots’.
A lawyer referred to his former client by assuming the size of his manhood as inadequate, and then curiously challenged him to a duel over a fee dispute.
The censuring of a NZ lawyer with a previously unblemished record has prompted the NZ Law Society president to remind lawyers to put their hand up when inundated with a heavy workload.
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A NZ lawyer who received a second package containing faeces is seriously considering the move back to Australia.