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Training legally trained minds for society: Shelley Griffiths appointed Dean of Law at Otago University

Training legally trained minds for society: Shelley Griffiths appointed Dean of Law at Otago University

After 20 years in the academic field, specialising in Taxation, Company Law and Securities Market Regulation, Shelley Griffiths was appointed as the Dean of Law at the University of Otago in July, 2021.

Question the status quo from every angle: Suzie Sneddon, Founder & Director, Base Law

Andrew King continues his series talking to legal innovators. This week Suzie Sneddon explains how the Base Law’s non-hierarchical model gives them more control over their billing, types of work and their schedule - working remotely and flexibly.
A lifetime devotion to the legal profession: Graham Bentley’s reflection in the development of the legal practice

A lifetime devotion to the legal profession: Graham Bentley’s reflection in the development of the legal practice

A retiree who has recently farewelled an almost 50 years’ career in the legal profession, Graham Bentley reviewed his 41 years as the CFO of Chapman Tripp and how he embraced the opportunity to transition into an inspector role at the Law Society.

Ian Stronach - Taking membership to the next level

Working in member organisations over the last 20 years, Ian Stronach has recently joined the Law Society as our National Branch Manager, coming from the Institute of Directors.
Leverage the power of technology and social media: Janey Haringa, Principal at JH LAW

Leverage the power of technology and social media: Janey Haringa, Principal at JH LAW

In this ongoing series, Andrew King talks to Janey Haringa about her private equity experience working to assess the investability of early-stage companies, particularly those with technologies in medical and life sciences, which led her to starting JH LAW.
AMINZ scholarship recipient Sharnika Leleni’s drive for diversity and inclusion

AMINZ scholarship recipient Sharnika Leleni’s drive for diversity and inclusion

In April this year Sharnika Leleni received one of two new scholarships created by the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ) to help grow diversity and leadership in Aotearoa’s dispute resolution sector. Sharnika was awarded the Determinative scholarship, which is focussed on arbitration.
The benefits of a strong constitution: governance expert Mark von Dadelszen

The benefits of a strong constitution: governance expert Mark von Dadelszen

A long history of service in community organisations has led Hawke’s Bay lawyer Mark von Dadelszen to develop a speciality in the governance of community organisations, societies and charitable trusts.
Meet the Candidates: Jacque Lethbridge

Meet the Candidates: Jacque Lethbridge

Jacque Lethbridge is one of four candidates running to be the next President-Elect of the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa.
Meet the Candidates: Frazer Barton

Meet the Candidates: Frazer Barton

Frazer Barton is one of four candidates running to be the next President-Elect of the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa.
Meet the Candidates: Arti Chand

Meet the Candidates: Arti Chand

Arti Chand is one of four candidates running to be the next President-Elect of the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa.
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