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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
Nominations for the 2015 Australasian Law Awards are now open. If you think your firm has what it takes to compete at the very top of the industry, nominate now!
It made for a tough lead-in to Christmas for lawyers, but the buoyant Asia-Pacific M&A market will continue to line firm pockets this year.
The lure of in-house careers will continue to shape recruitment in 2015 and make private practice firms work harder
Staunchly local law firms in Australasia need to realise they operate in a global legal market and that this trend will only continue, says a new report.
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