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  • Heart of the Waikato is a New Zealand success story - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Craig Stephen. In the past decade or so Hamilton has capitalised on its gateway status with businesses and people moving there for its lower costs, space and potential. It’s also a help that the never-ending growth of a certain

  • Bullying from the bench - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By John Burn. The article in the May issue of LawTalk on this topic charts the scale of this problem and the various causes and consequences (“Bullying from the bench”, LawTalk 917, page 44). Geoff Adlam has consulted all the

  • Standards committee takes no further action after criticism of judge…

    29 Jun 2018: A lawyers standards committee decided to take no further action against a lawyer who said it was inappropriate for a District Court Judge to continue to serve on the bench. Auckland barrister Catriona MacLennan’s statements were the subject of an

  • Jessica Palmer’s pragmatic approach to the classroom and being Dean…

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Nick Butcher. How do you juggle teaching law while being Dean of Law, along with managing a busy family life? Professor Jessica Palmer, who was admitted in 2002, was appointed Dean of Otago University’s Faculty of Law in April

  • The Land Transfer Act 2017 – Identity and Beyond - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Thomas Gibbons. The Land Transfer Act 2017 has, by popular demand, been renamed the Land Transfer, Identity Verification, Risk Assessment, Respect of Practitioners’ Role in Upholding the Register, and Not-quite-indefeasible Title

  • Certified without confirming authority - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: [The name used in this article is fictitious]. A lawyer certified and submitted a land transfer instrument in Landonline without confirming that he had authority from both joint owners to do so, a lawyers standards committee has found. The committee

  • Why we don't need a written constitution - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Thomas Gibbons. Should New Zealand have a written constitution? It’s a perennial debate, but one most useful for law students. “Wow! New Zealand is different? Why aren’t we like those other countries? If we were to have a

  • Law firm deducted fees held for "particular purpose" - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: [Names used in this article are fictitious]. It was unsatisfactory conduct for a lawyer to deduct fees from client money being held for another “particular purpose”, the Legal Complaints Review Officer (LCRO) has found. In LCRO 139/2017, the

  • Foundation's early investment in technology research bears fruit - NZ …

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Lynda Hagen. A decade ago, the Law Foundation took the far-sighted step of establishing a specialist research centre at Otago University to study law and policy challenges for New Zealand arising from the adoption of new…nt-in-technology-research-bears-fruit

  • Developments - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: US legal management consultants Altman Weil have released the results of their 2018 Law Firms in Transition Survey. The March/April 2018 survey of managing partners and chairs at law firms with 50 or more lawyers received responses from 398 firms (49

Last updated on the 7th July 2015