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  • Judge Herbert Carr - NZ Law Society

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018. Tena Koe,. Could we please have a correction on page 74 of LawTalk 902 (August 2018), “Some trailblazers”. I have constantly seen an inaccuracy over the years in regard to the first Māori judge appointments to the bench, and

  • Helping hatch the stars of the future - NZ Law Society

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Geoff Adlam. Focused parents were one of the key reasons behind the career choice of Wellington tax lawyer and Pacific business mentor Arti Chand. Ms Chand grew up in Fiji and came to New Zealand to study law at Victoria

  • Consensus Building - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019 - By Paul Sills. One of the issues I often raise when presenting on mediation and dispute resolution is that we don’t think outside the square enough about the ways to use mediation or facilitation skills. In New Zealand, the

  • Carl Rowling — the Napier lawyer with the big-time boxing connection…

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Craig Stephen. Given the way business can be done in 2018, with everything a mere send button away, the opportunities for using a provincial town as a base have become increasingly within reach. Which is certainly the case for

  • Update on two environment projects - NZ Law Society

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Lynda Hagen. Three new options for organising the resource management system will be proposed by a major Law Foundation-funded review due to report by the end of the year. The Environmental Defence Society’s first principles

  • Chapman Tripp pro bono assistance helps Dignity social enterprise -…

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Jacinta Gulasekharam and Miranda Hitchings. We at Dignity, a New Zealand social enterprise, are grateful to receive pro bono assistance from Chapman Tripp. Our organisation provides female sanitary items in the workplace, using a

  • The lawyer who proved the doctors wrong - NZ Law Society

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Craig Stephen. Vanassa McGoldrick isn’t one to let small things get her down. The Whangarei litigation lawyer has struggled all her life with health issues, having been diagnosed with a rare condition when she was born. Ms

  • Administrative impositions on the judicial process - NZ Law Society

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By John Burn. As a retired barrister I see an increasing risk to our courts system in the way the Ministry of Justice is imposing its own changes and standards on the delivery of justice. The historic approach in this and other

  • Lawyer and journalist: the busy life and the many talents of Reina…

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Nick Butcher. Hereina Vaai is a busy person. She is a Public Defence Service lawyer, and a television journalist. Better known as Reina, being on the move is a lifestyle she enjoys. To Reina it is not tiring being constantly busy,

  • Focus on Napier: the sunshine city that keeps on growing - NZ Law…

    31 Aug 2018: 31 August 2018 - By Craig Stephen. Art Deco buildings and festivals, tip-top beaches, endless sun, a sporting culture, nearby vineyards, and a varied community are among many of Napier’s attributes. Which provides plenty of temptation for lawyers

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