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 […]
Victoria University of Wellington is offering a free online course on restorative justice as part of its new VictoriaX programme.
New Zealand lawyers are being targeted with an email fraud which uses a scanned New Zealand passport as “proof” of identity.
Sweeping reforms to the family justice system that were made by the previous National led Government are to be reviewed.
A new survey from the Criminal Bar Association has found a high incidence of harassment in New Zealand’s justice system.
The $72m deal highlights the attractiveness of NZ companies internationally and their appeal
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 […]