The newly elected president of the New Zealand Law Society has big plans for access to justice, women in law and more once she takes up her role next year.
Mai Chen's Superdiversity Stocktake has been released, highlighting the need for the law to consider the increasing number of New Zealand's ethnic groups.
A trio of talented young lawyers have been appointed to the bar in Nelson.
A partner in an Auckland firm has been censured after being found guilty of unsatisfactory conduct, prompting the Law Society to reiterate the importance of professional standards.
An Auckland lawyer who last month pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing methamphetamine can now be named.
New concerns about the bright-line test, specifically its effects on ordinary taxpayers, have been raised by the New Zealand Law Society