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27 February 2020

Need a hand? Or got one to spare? (14 May 2020)

14 May 2020 Today, the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa launched its National Mentoring Programme to provide professional support and guidance to lawyers as they navigate fast-paced changes.Now, more than ever, a unifying and collegial path is needed to help us step each other... More about Need a hand? Or got one to spare?.

Workplace working under Level 2 (14 May 2020)

14 May 2020 - By Craig Stephen Under Alert Level 2 businesses have more ability to carry out the day-to-day running of the organisation but must meet strict public health requirements.The Financial Markets Authority has provided a guideline for its service members, which will be of use to law... More about Workplace working under Level 2.

‘Remote Justice Stories’ research initiative for New Zealand and Australian litigants started (12 May 2020)

12 May 2020 The University of Otago Legal Issues Centre and Monash University’s Australian Centre for Justice Innovation have partnered on a research initiative for people who experienced the changes to the justice systems to tell their story.The research intends to ask those who experienced participating in remote exercises... More about ‘Remote Justice Stories’ research initiative for New Zealand and Australian litigants started.

Last updated on the 27th February 2020