LawTalk is the official magazine of the New Zealand Law Society.
First published in 1974, LawTalk is New Zealand’s longest-established and most widely circulated legal publication. The current circulation is 12,400 copies.
LawTalk is published fortnightly, 23 times a year and is sent to every New Zealand-based lawyer and others involved in the legal services industry, including members of the judiciary.
Suppression orders have been known to be controversial. There are often questions as to whether they are granted too freely or infrequently, whether they hinder open justice or instead help to ensure perpetrators have a fair trial, or are used to protect the identity of victims.
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New Year’s Honours; Emerging woman leader award winner; Appointments.
Otago researcher wins Harkness Fellowship
Dr Jennifer Moore has won a prestigious Harkness Fellowship in Healthcare Policy and Practice
CLANZ scholarship winner headed for Harvard
Wellington in-house lawyer Tania Warburton is heading to Harvard University Law School and London to examine legal services to the Crown.
Jury finds Minnie Dean not guilty
It was no ordinary jury, however. The 12 jurors were year 10 social studies students from Wellington High School.
Last updated on the 16th July 2013