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  • Oh the places you'll go - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Mark Wilton. This year I mark 15 years as an in-house lawyer. So, as I write this, I have been musing on how I got here and what has changed along the way. I never envisaged in-house as an option for my legal career when I was

  • Lagi Tuimavave, Wellington Family Law - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Angharad O’Flynn. Born in Samoa, Lagi Tuimavave is the oldest of five children and spent her formative high school years growing up in Wellington, attending Wellington Girls’ College. Bilingual in English and Samoan, Ms

  • Using brain fingerprinting in court - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Emma Pairman. The technology that is going to shape our future is already here. Much like the introduction of DNA evidence, Forensic Brainwave Analysis (FBA) is a powerful tool which could change the way serious crime is

  • NZAL Lawyers successfully launched - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Mai Chen. NZAL (New Zealand Asian Leaders) Lawyers was launched in Auckland on 10 June. The launch was well-attended, with over 125 members of the profession and distinguished guests, including the past President of the New Zealand

  • Sustainable Practice - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: With this issue we begin a regular feature which looks at what lawyers and legal workplaces can do to operate more sustainability and to help arrest climate change. Deeply worried about what is happening to our environment? Very concerned that,

  • New Zealand lawyer behind new Singapore mediation chambers - NZ Law…

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Nick Butcher. A Wellington lawyer and two high-profile colleagues have opened a mediation chambers in Singapore. Geoff Sharp, British QC Bill Wood and Singaporean Lim Tat are mediators and have all featured in Who’s Who Legal.

  • The Devil's Own — far more than a fusty male preserve - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Alice Nunn. Four years ago, my supervising partner, esteemed Devil’s Own legend and previous winner, Ron Backhouse, suggested I come to the Devil’s Own. At the time I had been playing golf sporadically for about three months. I

  • LegalTechNZ aims to promote benefits of technology - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Nick Butcher. Legal technology should be embraced, not feared and artificial intelligence is unlikely to make lawyers unemployed. Not everyone in the legal profession would agree with that statement but it makes sense for lawyers…ims-to-promote-benefits-of-technology

  • How lawyers can successfully embrace social media - NZ Law Society

    5 Jul 2019: 05 July 2019 - By Andrew King. The legal profession is only starting to take advantage of the numerous opportunities that technology brings, although many aren’t taking advantage of what is one of the most popular forms of communication today –…-can-successfully-embrace-social-media

  • The Innovators: Warrick McLean, CEO, Coleman Greig Lawyers - NZ Law…

    5 Jul 2019: LawFest organiser Andrew King continues a series of interviews with key legal professionals with their innovation and technology stories. It means doing things better. It means being able to step back and watch how you could join the dots differently

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