Caroline Ferguson, Simpson Grierson’s business transformation manager, breaks down why it pays to be agile with care
One is the first Tonga-born judge to be sworn in in New Zealand
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The move also sees a reshuffle of key personnel in the country and the wider Asian region
A new study reveals whether the highest-paid lawyers are happier than practitioners on lower pay.
A study shows a vast number of NZ firms lack a diversity programme, while one of the country’s most high profile lawyers announces the launch of a nationwide superdiversity stocktake.
It is not just clients’ businesses that are vulnerable to cyber-attacks - the legal profession is equally susceptible, a tech security specialist says.
New Zealand and Australia’s in-house legal profession is strides ahead of private practice when it comes to women in leadership roles, a new study reveals.
One lawyer has swapped the “addictive” buzz of pulling all-nighters to do IPOs for big firms - and the busyness of an in-house counsel role - to become special counsel at a boutique NZ firm, and she’s never been happier.
A lawyer has spent the morning in a cage in a busy tube station.