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Profile: Jeremy Sutton, Barrister and Mediator

Profile: Jeremy Sutton, Barrister and Mediator

LawFest organiser Andrew King continues a series of interviews with key legal professionals with their innovation and technology stories.
Duncan Robin: Public servant, Māori language and culture champion

Duncan Robin: Public servant, Māori language and culture champion

Duncan Robin – Ngāti Porou, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Ngariki Kaiputahi and Ngati Hei. Duncan is a Senior Solicitor in the Overseas Investment Office at Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand (LINZ).
Confessions of a District Court Judge – Rosemary Riddell

Confessions of a District Court Judge – Rosemary Riddell

Former Judge and film director Rosemary Riddell’s book is released today. She spoke with us about demystifying the courtroom and the behind the scenes of authoring To Be Fair: Confessions of a District Court Judge.
Katie Rusbatch: Bringing a modern approach to regulating the profession

Katie Rusbatch: Bringing a modern approach to regulating the profession

Katie Rusbatch joined the Law Society as General Manager Professional Standards in January this year, overseeing the inspectorate, registry and legal complaints service, as well as the recent initiatives to strengthen the profession’s regulatory environment.

Property Law Section – new officers

The New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa Property Law Section’s executive committee recently elected a new Chair and Deputy Chair.
Tupe Solomon-Tanoa’i, Chief Philanthropic Officer at the Michael and Suzanne Borrin Foundation

Tupe Solomon-Tanoa’i, Chief Philanthropic Officer at the Michael and Suzanne Borrin Foundation

We spoke to Tupe about her return to New Zealand, diversity in the legal profession, and winning the Diversity award at the New Zealand Women of Influence awards in 2020.
Grace Davies: Newly admitted

Grace Davies: Newly admitted

Our very own Registry Administrator Grace Davies was just admitted last Friday. We spoke to Grace about what admission was like, her role in Registry and what she likes getting up to in her spare time.
Courtney Dick: To infinity and beyond as in-house counsel for Rocket Lab

Courtney Dick: To infinity and beyond as in-house counsel for Rocket Lab

Courtney Dick from Rocket Lab tells us why she loves being an in-house lawyer.
Julie-Anne Kincade QC: From Criminal Barrister to Queen's Counsel

Julie-Anne Kincade QC: From Criminal Barrister to Queen's Counsel

Julie-Anne Kincade QC was part of the most recent cohort appointed Queen's Counsel. She shares the story of her legal career; from its beginning in the United Kingdom through to her experiences in New Zealand’s criminal justice system.
Rachel Mataira: Tax consultant to award-winning photographer

Rachel Mataira: Tax consultant to award-winning photographer

NZLS AYL committee member, Freya McKechnie of Morris Legal, interviews Rachel Mataira about her move from corporate tax consultant to full-time photographer. Rachel’s photography spans the contrasting genres of landscapes and social commentary. Her work has been featured in National Geographic and she was named New Zealand Young Photographer of Year…
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