An Australian law firm with a Kiwi leader is the first Down Under to become part of a global phenomenon described as “one of the biggest shifts in business we will see in our lifetime”
November will mark 20 years since Mai Chen co-founded public law firm Chen Palmer. Now a prominent industry figure, Chen tells NZ Lawyer about the firm’s future and an inescapable client shift
Fourteen new Queen's Counsel have been appointed this year, including a promising number of women
Dunedin-based Anderson Lloyd commercial partner, Sarah Simmers, says the benefits of working outside of the major commercial centres far outweigh the cons
Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson has announced the appointment of three new District Court Judges
A recent Australian report has indicated there are too many law students and not near enough jobs available for when they graduate - but does this translate into the New Zealand context? And what's the point of a law degree, anyway?