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  • New Zealand's constitution protecting our successful democracy, says…

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Lynda Hagen. New Zealand’s constitutional system is working well and would be worsened by introducing judicial supremacy under a codified constitution, Paul East QC says. In the interests of stimulating broad discussion on New

  • The Grand Jury of New Zealand - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Greg Taylor. Little is remembered of the grand jury of New Zealand nowadays, but it existed within living memory – after 118 years of operation starting in 1844, the last grand jury sat in Gisborne on 28 November 1961. As late as

  • The role of data and analytics to assess the court system - NZ Law…

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Andrew Bridgman, Secretary for Justice. There is an appetite in the justice sector for conversations about how we can improve our court system, if feedback from recent articles in LawTalk is anything to go by. And I’m grateful

  • Why you're not using G Suite: and why you're wrong - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Damian Funnell. I love getting feedback and questions from readers of this column. It is a bit depressing how little actual change it seems to be driving, however. Here’s how a typical reader interaction works:. Reader: “Hey

  • Networking for those who hate networking - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Katie Cowan. I once got stuck in a horror movie at a party. It was my cousin’s engagement party and I was 11. I have a lot of cousins and while I can now name almost all of them, at the time I didn’t know the names of anyone

  • The latest chapter in the paradigm shift from privacy to transparency …

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Henry Brandts-Giesen. The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is a global initiative by which the governments of virtually every country have agreed to cooperate in the detection and prevention of tax evasion by exchanging information

  • To consider Part 2 or not to consider Part 2 – That is the question - …

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Vicki Morrison-Shaw. In environmental circles a recent debate has been whether the approach to consideration of resource consents has changed as a result of the Supreme Court’s decision in King Salmon (Environmental Defence…o-consider-part-2-that-is-the-question

  • ACC and the Woodhouse Principles: Comprehensive entitlement - NZ Law…

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Don Rennie. The foundation for our current ACC legislation is found in the recommendations of the 1967 Woodhouse Royal Commission Report Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. This proposed the abolition of the common law

  • Legal operations: What it means for in-house - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Sian Wingate. The term, ‘legal operations’ or ‘legal ops’, has crept into our collective in-house consciousness in New Zealand over the last couple of years. Is it new? That depends on where you live. Legal operations as a

  • The 2018 Legal Workplace Environment Survey - NZ Law Society

    29 Jun 2018: 29 June 2018 - By Geoff Adlam. The most comprehensive research carried out on the legal profession environment shows that nearly one-third of female lawyers have been sexually harassed during their working life. More than half of all lawyers have

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