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From the Law Society
Our Profession, Our People
Lawyer with a passion for medical research
Although health and medical law is not one of Auckland lawyer Christine Ding's specialities, medical research is one of her strong passions.
Rex Mason Award winner
Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley lawyer Sarah Croskery-Hewitt is the latest winner of the Rex Mason Prize for excellence in legal writing.
Pathways in the Law
With 10 female practitioners – seven lawyers and three case managers – Ebborn Law in Christchurch is one of the biggest all-women New Zealand law firms.
Last updated on the 3rd March 2016