Bell Gully news

  • Classroom or coalface: where’s best for grads? by Hannah Norton

    Top tier NZ firms appear divided on whether professional legal education is best taught in a classroom or at the ‘coal-face’.

  • NZ partner best in the world by Hannah Norton

    One Kiwi lawyer has been rated as one of the most highly regarded individuals internationally. He talks to NZLawyer about the potential of electric vehicles to change NZ’s energy mix.

  • Lawyers take silk by Hannah Norton

    Three NZ legal professionals have been awarded one of the highest accolades in the country.

  • Developing “work ready” law grads by Hannah Norton

    Two top tier NZ firms have committed to sending their graduates away for 13 weeks.

  • A tale of two cities by Kathryn Crossley

    Property and construction lawyers have enjoyed a year of strong workflows across the board, but the hotspots are undoubtedly Auckland and Christchurch.

  • Lawyer to repay $454,000 by Hannah Norton

    A former partner of a top tier NZ firm acknowledged as an ‘innocent investor’ in a Ponzi scheme has been ordered to repay nearly half a million dollars in ‘fictitious gains’.