News that a lawyer is dying faster than anticipated coincides with a judge’s decision to allow three groups to intervene in her case.
A lawyer fighting for her right to die is expected to find out today whether groups such as the Human Rights Commission will be able to intervene in her case.
Lawyers working in Māori law share insights and the latest developments from a diverse practice area that extends well beyond Treaty settlements
A national firm has named its new Wellington managing partner and promoted an Auckland-based lawyer to its partnership.
A recent case highlights that New Zealand’s courts may be willing to pierce the ‘corporate veil’ of ownership in pursuit of parent companies.
Brittany Amos is a solicitor with Kensington Swan’s property team. She takes five to tell us about her public transport problems and why she became a lawyer