New Zealand criminal defence lawyers are being invited to test resources on a new website which has been designed to assist them and their clients with communication and effective trial preparation.
Up to 300 Victoria University law students and their supporters marched from the Wellington Law School grounds to Midland Park on Lambton Quay today, demanding safe work places for all training and graduate lawyers.
The number of in-house lawyers in the country continues to grow. According to the latest data from the New Zealand Law Society, 21.6% or 2,884 New Zealand-based lawyers, are working in in-house teams.
Talk of unions often sends employees flying in one direction or another of the proverbial union line in the sand. The controversial topic is usually only one held by traditional unionised workforces, like labour or health care, but remains prevalent when it comes to employment law in NZ or other countries that have a strong […]
The State Services Commission has announced it will investigate whether a government agency and one of its contractors may have breached the State Services Standards of Integrity and Conduct.
Anita Birkinshaw’s biggest lesson from last year is about millennials. The Buddle Findlay senior associate says that even more senior lawyers could pick up a thing or two from their younger colleagues.
The Magic Circle outfit acted for Frasers Hospitality on its SG$250m investment to build a new serviced residence in Tokyo’s Ginza district. Expected to open by 2020, the project will be under the company’s “Capri by Fraser” banner, its millennial-focused hotel residence brand.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) says a complaint about a video shared by Golriz Ghahraman, the now Green MP and human rights lawyer until her election in September 2017, was not misleading.
National MP Chris Bishop has lodged a Members’ Bill that could boost pro bono work involvement in the nation’s legal profession.
Chapman Tripps has released its annual New Zealand Equity Capital Markets – trends and insights report, stating that 2018 is likely to be a transitional year to healthier capital markets from 2019 onwards.