New Zealand Law Society - Access to Law Society Information Consultation

Access to Law Society Information Consultation

The New Zealand Law Society Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa (the Law Society) is seeking feedback on the scope and relevancy of information relating to the performance of its functions, matters considered by its Board and Council and the way lawyers access that information.

We want to provide members with sufficient, relevant and timely information about the Law Society in a cost-effective and transparent manner. We are also wanting to identify any areas where members want to know more about the performance of the Law Society’s functions and matters relevant to lawyers.

 This consultation is not seeking feedback on the Law Society’s provision of information on individual regulatory matters. (This issue, and the operation of section 188 of the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006 (the LCA) was subject to a separate consultation earlier this year.)