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.
Snapshot of the profession
The information has been prepared from data on practising certificates issued by the New Zealand Law Society and held as at 1 February 2014. Apart from the overall summary, the data excludes the 502 lawyers who hold a New Zealand practising certificate but who are based outside New Zealand.
From the Law Society
Finding the positive in mental health
In recent years a range of different professional groupings in New Zealand have become proactive in supporting the mental health of their members.
Certification under AML-CFT legislation - you may need another stamp or two
Lawyers often certify that a copy of a document is a true copy of the original. To save the fingers of the certifying practitioner, many law firms have had special stamps made up.
Installing voice recognition software was 'brilliant', law firm says
When the legal firm Billings decided it was time to digitise its business, incorporating voice recognition software as part of the process was high on its agenda.
Recording reasons for decisions
What do you do when a government agency appears to be acting illegally?
Last updated on the 16th July 2013