Because of recent revelations, the New Zealand legal profession is currently focused on harassment and bullying. Stephanie Grieve thinks a main aim for the industry must be change that inspires younger generations to still want to join.
The head of the Community Law Centres says the “surprising” 20% boost provided in the Budget will make up for a decade-long deficit and enable the centres to reach thousands more people each year.
A Manukau lawyer has been suspended by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal for serious offences.
Growing demand for a better understanding of the Māori language in the law profession has led to a workshop tailored at judges, lawyers and law students.
New Zealand companies doing business with Europe have little time left until the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018.
Many global law firms are ramping up their presence in the European Union.
Open to all young French-speaking lawyers around the world, tuition for the eight-week internship will be fully covered by the Paris Bar, which is hosting the program. Applicants must be less than 40 years of age and fluent in French.
If you have approached the right lawyer you will save yourself a great deal of stress where legal matters are concerned. A lawyer is able to mediate any disputes, look over legal documents, provide legal advice, represent you in a lawsuit and negotiate outside of court. It’s clear to see why having the right lawyer […]
New research by AUT senior lecturer Michael Fletcher shows women are hit the hardest financially compared to men following a relationship break up.
Victoria University of Wellington is offering a free online course on restorative justice as part of its new VictoriaX programme.