Law Society Sections
The Property Law Section represents the interests of a large number of New Zealand's property lawyers by supporting its members in the development and practice of property law. The section is also active in property law reform activities.
If you're a member of the public looking for information on property law or to find a Property Lawyer, please visit our website.
The Family Law Section represents the interests of approximately 1,000 New Zealand family law practitioners. It has primary responsibility on behalf of the Society in all areas of family law and has a strong and active voice in relation to such issues as Family Courts management, the independence of the Family Court, Lawyer for Child rates, legal aid rates, and education.
The In-house Lawyers Association of New Zealand represents the 20% of the legal profession practising as in-house lawyers in New Zealand. It provides advocacy, networking and education to lawyers working in private sector , public sector, academia, not-for-profit and other organisations.
Last updated on the 15th August 2017