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  • Queen’s Counsel - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: Geoff Adlam’s otherwise excellent article on Queen’s Counsel in LawTalk 927, April 2019 contains an error at p73, in his list of longest-serving Queen’s Counsel still in practice. He states that Alan Galbraith QC who was appointed in April

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/commentary
    /letters-to-the-lawtalk-editor/queens-counsel

  • Counter complaint showed lack of insight - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: All names used in this article are fictitious. A lawyer who made a “counter complaint”appeared to demonstrate a lack of insight into his own professional conduct and the role of the Lawyers Complaints Service, a lawyers standards committee said.

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-…nter-complaint-showed-lack-of-insight

  • Spreading the TLC - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: 10 May 2019 - By Angharad O’ Flynn. Coming from a family of teachers, Sydney-based lawyer Jessie Porteus has always had a passion, and great respect, for education as well as an unbridled enthusiasm for the law. A lawyer with a rare combination of

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/people-in-the-law
    /lawyer-profiles/spreading-the-tlc

  • Property transactions and technology - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: 10 May 2019 - By Thomas Gibbons. Property lawyers can be slow adopters of technology: exhibit A has for some time been the ADLS/REINZ agreement, which sees security or efficiency (or something) in settlement by fax machine, rather than by a

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/property-law
    /property-transactions-and-technology

  • Made threat for improper purpose - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: All names used in this article are fictitious. A lawyer who made a threat for an improper purpose has been censured and fined $5, 000 by a lawyers standards committee. The lawyer, Maylie, was engaged by Traddles, in relation to a personal grievance

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-community
    /…/made-threat-for-improper-purpose2

  • Tania Sharkey: It’s Island Time and the Pacific Lawyers Association - …

    10 May 2019: 10 May 2019 - By Teuila Fuatai. The walls of Tania Sharkey’s office are bare. The empty picture hooks and stark white palette are noticeably different to the busy reception area of Friendship Chambers in Manukau. When I ask about the lack of

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/people-in-the-law
    /…/tania-sharkey-its-island-time-and-the-pacific-lawyers-association

  • Retiring from practice - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: 10 May 2019 - By Peter McMenamin. It’s a journey for which you have a one-way ticket. At the beginning you strive to get professional qualifications, a job, perhaps a practice. And once on board it is a continuum of events, places and people, all

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/the-business-of-law
    /legal-practice/retiring-from-practice

  • Three lawyers suspended from legal practice - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal suspended three lawyers from legal practice for periods ranging from three months to 12 months. The suspensions were the result of three separate sets of proceedings. Simon Nicholas

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-community
    /…/three-lawyers-suspended-from-legal-practice

  • An ‘earn-out’ tale revisited - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: 10 May 2019 - By John Horner. As a sequel to the article entitled “A tale of two earn-outs” (LawTalk 922, October 2018, page 22) this article considers The Malthouse Ltd v Rangatira Ltd [2018] NZCA 621 in which the Court of Appeal overturned the

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas
    /commercial-and-business-law/an-earn-out-tale-revisited

  • Cognitive biases: challenging the way we think - NZ Law Society

    10 May 2019: 10 May 2019 - By Paul Sills. "A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices." — William James. "Common sense is nothing more than a deposit of prejudices laid down by the mind before you reach

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/mediation
    /cognitive-biases-challenging-the-way-we-think

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