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27 February 2020

Report suggests little understanding of what constitutes pro bono legal services (11 March 2020)

11 March 2020 A University of Otago report says the results of a study suggests there is little shared understanding by the legal profession of what constitutes pro bono legal services.The report: New Zealand Lawyers, pro bono, and access to justice was co-authored by Kayla Stewart, Bridgette Toy-Cronin and... More about Report suggests little understanding of what constitutes pro bono legal services.

Inquiry into parliamentary scrutiny of confirmable instruments (10 March 2020)

10 March 2020 Parliament's Regulations Review Committee is seeking submissions for an inquiry into parliamentary scrutiny of confirmable instruments.The committee has released a Briefing to investigate confirmable instruments which provides terms of reference. The committee says it undertook a briefing to investigate confirmable instruments before determining whether to open... More about Inquiry into parliamentary scrutiny of confirmable instruments.

Last updated on the 27th February 2020