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LawTalk Issue 945

LawTalk Issue 945

In this issue, we dive into the role lawyers are playing in preparing for the impacts of climate change as well as how the regulatory landscape is changing because of it. Nan Jensen tells us why she practises in disability law. And included are updates on the Law Society’s priorities…
LawTalk Issue 944

LawTalk Issue 944

Our final issue of 2020 reflects on the impacts of COVID-19 on the legal profession. A year like no other features impacts across legal practice areas at the most dramatic point of our nation's Covid response. Several lawyers share what inspires and drives them in their work, and Hamilton-based McCaw…
LawTalk Issue 943

LawTalk Issue 943

Nau mai and welcome to the first quarterly edition of LawTalk. This introduction sets out the fact that we have returned to print, whilst also outlining the recent decision to move to quarterly production. It also covers some of the highlights in this edition including Te Ao Hurihuri which focuses…
LawTalk Issue 942

LawTalk Issue 942

The August issue of LawTalk includes Justice Minister Andrew Little’s announcement that the Wellington District Court will receive a $20 million upgrade. We also look at what it is like to be a lawyer in Levin, include an interview of Margaret Casey QC and find that the new Criminal Cases…
LawTalk Issue 941

LawTalk Issue 941

The July issue of LawTalk outlines changes to the rules that govern the conduct of lawyers, particularly as they relate to bullying and sexual harassment, and also the CPD rules. How the profession is emerging from Covid-19 is the focus of a number of articles. We also look at the Criminal Cases…
LawTalk Issue 940

LawTalk Issue 940

The June issue of LawTalk outlines the Law Society's national mentoring initiative and provides a Snapshot of the Legal Profession at 1 May 2020. As the country moves to Level One, we also look at some of the experiences of the legal profession and the impact the Lockdown has had on legal…
LawTalk Issue 939

LawTalk Issue 939

The May LawTalk brings together a wide range of information and views on practising law in New Zealand and the impact of the pandemic on our courts and justice system, including an interview of Chief Justice Helen Winkelmann by Law Society President Tiana Epati.
LawTalk Issue 938

LawTalk Issue 938

The April issue of LawTalk has not been printed because of COVID-19 Level 4 requirements. However, it is now available online and follows the same design format as previous issues. While most of the news at present is related to COVID-19, many of the articles in this issue were prepared before New…
LawTalk Issue 937

LawTalk Issue 937

The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa and Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa, the Māori Law Society is a significant milestone and we celebrate this on the cover of the March issue of LawTalk and a message from Law Society…
LawTalk issue 936

LawTalk issue 936

The first issue of LawTalk for 2020 has a look at what the law schools did in 2019 and their plans for this year. As always we try to focus on a wide range of matters relevant to practising law in New Zealand, and the February issue also looks at…
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