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4 May 2018: New Zealand-based lawyers:13, 258 . Women:6669 (50.3%). Men:6589 (49.7%). Lawyers in multi-lawyer firms: 7770 . Partners and directors: 2870 . Women partners &directors:898 (31.3%). Men partners &directors: 1972 (68.7%). Employed lawyers: 4900 .
4 May 2018: The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal has ordered that Timothy Upton Slack be struck off the roll of barristers and solicitors. He admitted a charge that, having been convicted of an offence punishable by imprisonment, that
4 May 2018: 04 May 2018 - By Craig Stephen. Waiheke island. Photo: Lee Gilbert. Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf is connected to the mainland by ferries that set off every half hour during working hours. This gives the small group of practitioners based there
4 May 2018: I read with interest your recent articles regarding bullying in the profession and was interested to see the responses from the larger firms. I work in one of the large firms, and one that has been quoted in LawTalk as having had anti-harassment
4 May 2018: Boon Gunn Hong has been censured and fined $7, 500 for unsatisfactory conduct by a lawyers standards committee. Mr Hong was acting for a client who had separated from his wife. A dispute arose about the meaning of a Family Court decision and the
4 May 2018: 04 May 2018 - By Nick Butcher. A New Zealand lawyer has completed a PhD on transnational criminal law at Melbourne Law School that reveals the horrors of life in the South-east Asian fishing industry and the lack of political will to change it.
3 Aug 2018: 03 August 2018 - By Paul Sills. Humans are diverse and different; a collection of individuals inhabiting the planet and all competing for our share of what’s available. The previous article in this series (LawTalk 916, April 2018, page 29) posited
4 May 2018: Auckland lawyer Bohsoon Kang has been fined $5, 000 by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal after a finding of unsatisfactory conduct. Mr Kang has also been ordered to pay the New Zealand Law Society’s total costs of $16,
4 May 2018: 04 May 2018 - By Laura O’Gorman. The New Zealand Law Society has launched its Gender Equality Charter for the legal profession, as an initiative to support the retention and advancement of women in the legal profession. The introduction to the
4 May 2018: Orewa lawyer Diane Faye Low has been censured and fined $8, 000 by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal. She has also been ordered to pay total costs of $12, 856, to engage and pay for a consultant lawyer for two years to
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