Mai Chen news

  • Two major partner appointments for award-winning firm by Sophie Schroder

    One of the country’s top boutiques has announced two significant appointments. The move coincides with a transition to the next phase of the firm as it celebrates its 20th anniversary

  • Breaking: Top Kiwi lawyer appointed adjunct professor by Sophie Schroder

    It’s just been announced that one of New Zealand’s most well-known lawyers has been appointed an adjunct professor at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Law

  • Index reveals NZ’s most innovative firms by Sophie Schroder

    A 2014 innovation index has unveiled a number of Australasian firms that are tackling and overcoming the traditional law firm “sacred cows”

  • The election looms: What could it mean for lawyers? by NZ Lawyer

    Mai Chen, the founding partner of Chen Palmer, explores the possible flow-on effects for lawyers that the outcome of the fast-approaching September 20 General Election could have

  • No dreams left undone by Mackenzie McCarty

    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

  • Kiwis beat Aussies in major law index by Sophie Schroder

    A comprehensive survey developed by the World Justice Project has revealed where the law is failing and succeeding across 99 countries: NZ performed well, even beating its Australian counterparts