Arthur Young, celebrating his 60th year as a Chapman Tripp partner, has no firm plans to retire
It’s time to acknowledge the indigenous language of the country, the firm says
The promotions are evenly split between the firm’s Auckland and Wellington offices
Seasoned exec raring to seize opportunities and face challenges
All lawyers and staff would be required to be able to use a fundamental level of Māori
Chapman Tripp considering formal Maori language policy... Arbitration success is boosted by hiring a lawyer study says...