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  • Legal profession history - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019. On 3 September 1869 Parliament passed the New Zealand Law Society’s Act 1869, for all barristers and solicitors of the Supreme Court lawfully practising within the Colony of New Zealand to “for ever hereafter be and be called one

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/about-nzls/legal-profession-history

  • 150 years on - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019. On 3 September, the Law Society will arrive at exactly 150 years since it was first organised under the New Zealand Law Society’s Act 1869. I could go on about the detailed history, and what happened in 1897. I could talk about the

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/news/150-years-on

  • Diversity in the legal profession: At a glance - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019 - By Geoff Adlam. The demographic makeup of New Zealand’s legal profession continues to change. While the proportion of women and men practising law now reflects that of our society, the ethnic makeup of the profession still lags

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practic…y-in-the-legal-profession-at-a-glance

  • Files on stolen laptop not protected - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019. A barrister who failed to place file protection on her work laptop, which was then stolen, has been censured and fined $1, 500 by a lawyers standards committee. The barrister, Norfolk, had a separate office on her residential property

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-th…9/files-on-stolen-laptop-not-protected

  • Default union enrolment widely supported - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019 - By Lynda Hagen. Nearly two-thirds of New Zealanders support automatic trade union enrolment for new job starters, provided they also have the right to opt out afterwards, according to research conducted as part of a Law

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas
    /employment-law/default-union-enrolment-widely-supported

  • Censure and fine for delay in submitting visa application - NZ Law…

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019. A lawyer has been fined $5, 000 and his employee has been censured after they failed to submit their client’s visa application in a timely manner. A lawyers standards committee found unsatisfactory conduct both by the lawyer,

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the…-delay-in-submitting-visa-application

  • Pushing the boundaries of corporate social responsibility - NZ Law…

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019 - By Alex Summerlee. What started as a lunchtime seminar in a Christchurch law firm was soon to transform into an international partnership with three lawyers travelling to Vietnam to advise an NGO dealing with victims of human

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/people-in-the-law
    /lawyer-profiles/pushing-the-boundaries-of-corporate-social-responsibility

  • Cognitive dissonance - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019 - By Paul Sills. Psychology plays a fundamental part in the mediation process. There are five key psychological traits that emerge most often in mediation: confirmation bias, cognitive dissonance, reactive devaluation, reciprocation

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/mediation
    /cognitive-dissonance

  • Fined for three rule breaches - NZ Law Society

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019. A lawyer has been fined $3, 000 for discussing his client’s case with another client, for failing to treat his client with respect, and failing to respond to his client in a timely manner. When making the three findings of

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-community
    /lawyers-standards-committee-decisions/2019/fined-for-three-rule-breaches

  • La vie en rose: My experience of the Paris International Training…

    30 Aug 2019: 30 August 2019 - By Sarah-Kate Hoare. As the world’s most popular tourist destination, there is a lot to love about France. The country is beloved for its café culture and UNESCO-protected gastronomy, countless landmarks and cultural icons, the

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/people-in-the-law
    /…/la-vie-en-rose-my-experience-of-the-paris-international-training-programme

Last updated on the 7th July 2015