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.
‘Wonderful’ contribution to law reform
No New Zealand organisation outside government does so much to improve the quality of law-making as the New Zealand Law Society, according to Sir Geoffrey Palmer QC.
From the Law Society
Our Profession, Our People
Thriving on the theatre
While Commerce Commission assistant investigator Jade David Neale might sport a suit and deal with legal matters by day it’s the stage and theatre camaraderie where he thrives.
Rewriting judgments from feminist viewpoint
The Feminist Judgments Project Aotearoa is now calling for contributions to the project, which is funded by the New Zealand Law Foundation.
The importance of mental fitness
An increasing number of scientific studies are demonstrating the importance of mental fitness – both for our well-being and to improve performance.
Last updated on the 3rd June 2015