Tech advancements mean lawyers will work differently in the future but they won’t be replaced by robots, writes Ben Paul, CEO of The BD Ladder
Settlement recovery opportunities topped $7.4bn last year according to new report from Broadridge as market rebounded after Covid-19 pandemic
Draft agreement will promote cross-border legal services, claims UK government, and smooth path to Trans-Pacific Partnership membership
Tauranga-based ‘legal workspace’ provider targets US hires as investor cites appetite for Aussie and Kiwi startups
New Zealand Law Society praises victims for their courage and says case sets 'clear benchmark' for acceptable behaviour
New Zealand lawyers more trusted than Australians, uphold high standards though tribunal notes 'staggeringly high' bullying claims, and, survey shows 1 lawyer per 365 people.
Class action litigation in New Zealand is relatively rare according to new research, as The New Zealand Law Society highlights issue.