In-house lawyers now make up one-quarter of the New Zealand legal profession, consistent with global trends.
Class action litigation in New Zealand is relatively rare according to new research, as The New Zealand Law Society highlights issue.
Australian companies predicted to reduce outsourcing legal work and demand more relevant industry experience, according to new report.
81% of whistleblowers find negative impacts as a result of whistleblowing faccording to new Australian research.
GENDER PAY GAP
Survey finds no distinguishable gender pay differences in first career decade either in-house or outside, but overall still lower pay for women.
The New Zealand Law Society 'totally rejects' reports it's 'revenue harvesting' as the society prepares year-end report on harassment.
Consolidation of law firms in part driven by the growth in in-house legal teams, says Australian white paper.
King & Wood Mallesons faces allegations of work overload and 'grueling conditions' where lawyers slept in the office to meet deadlines.
'Recent incidents' prompt president of the NSW bar association to write to members warning of perils of e-communication and social media.
The New Zealand Law Society inaugurates 'culture change taskforce' to change the legal landscape.