In NZ Lawyer’s comprehensive report into the lives of lawyers in Christchurch, we uncover what’s happened to law firms’ offices since the devastating earthquakes
An international firm recently announced its plan to become one of the first in the UK to embrace fixed-fee litigation: But if the trend spread here, how would it go down Down Under?
A former top tier managing partner claims the new generation of lawyers are turning their backs on becoming partners. Now a group of Kiwi legal professionals have their say
The Australasian Women in Business Law Awards are a big deal, and this year our home grown firms were celebrated in over a dozen awards
It was the news of the week when a major South Island firm hooked into the Auckland market by opening up an office there: Now the dust has settled, what could this mean for the project finance market?
The news of the week is the arrival of one of the South Island’s largest firms in Auckland. Its new partner tells NZ Lawyer why the firm is a credible alternative to the Top Three