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  • The Trusts Act 2019: Moving on from the 1950s - NZ Law Society

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Henry Stokes. The Trusts Act has been passed and we have commenced the 18-month countdown to its coming into effect on 30 January 2021. As is often the case with Acts where we are given time to prepare, there is a lot of

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/trusts
    /the-trusts-act-2019-moving-on-from-the-1950s

  • The new Trusts Act 2019: Key changes to consider - NZ Law Society

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Rhonda Powell. The first major reform to trust law in the lifetime of most New Zealand lawyers will occur on 30 January 2021 when the Trusts Act 2019 comes into force. All lawyers will need to come up to speed with the new

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/trusts
    /the-new-trusts-act-2019-key-changes-to-consider

  • The New Zealand Relationship Property Survey 2019 - NZ Law Society

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Jamie Dobson. Business advisory firm Grant Thornton and the Law Society’s Family Law Section have released the report on their second survey of the trends and issues impacting on the practice of relationship property law. An

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas
    /relationship-property/the-new-zealand-relationship-property-survey-2019

  • New name, new place: Porirua Kapiti Community Law Centre - NZ Law…

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Tracey Cormack. The former Whitireia Community Law Centre says its recent move from Hagley Street in Porirua will improve access to legal services for its clients. It also has a new name to go with the new location – the

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/the-business-of-law
    /access-to-justice/new-name,-new-place-porirua-kapiti-community-law-centre

  • Succession planning: a strategic approach - NZ Law Society

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Emily Morrow. If you are a New Zealand lawyer reading this article, you are part of an inter-generational cohort turnover in the New Zealand legal profession. What does this mean? I am referring to the fact that the generation

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/the-business-of-law
    /practice-management-advice/succession-planning-a-strategic-approach

  • Lake Charles, Lousiana: Lovely in every way and quirky too - NZ Law…

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By John Bishop. Take a beautiful national park complete with nature trails, wildlife, including alligators and pink cranes, add a beach, some casinos, plenty of local history, some great local food and a rum distillery and you

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources
    /…/lake-charles,-lousiana-lovely-in-every-way-and-quirky-too

  • Rapua te ara tika mōu ake — seek the pathway that is right for you -…

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Alice Anderson. I contacted Sarah Taylor because I am an avid reader of the Talking about mental health series. I am a relatively fresh wahine Māori rōia, in my third year of practising. I have, however, seen quite a lot in

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources
    /…/rapua-te-ara-tika-mou-ake-seek-the-pathway-that-is-right-for-you

  • Are legal disrupters steering people off the road? - NZ Law Society

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Allie Cunninghame. The choices faced by a person stripped of their driver’s licence and wanting to apply for a limited licence illustrate the dangers as well as the benefits of disruption in the legal market, and how more

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/the-business-of-law
    /access-to-justice/are-legal-disprupters-steering-people-off-the-road

  • ACC and the Woodhouse Principles: administrative efficiency - NZ Law…

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Don Rennie. The foundation for the current ACC legislation is found in the recommendations of the 1967 Woodhouse Royal Commission Report “Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand” which proposed the abolition of the

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/acc
    /acc-and-the-woodhouse-principles-administrative-efficiency

  • Lawyers need to do more to ensure CALD clients get equal access to…

    29 Nov 2019: 29 November 2019 - By Mai Chen. The Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business launched its latest report, Culturally, Ethnically and Linguistically Diverse Parties in the Courts: A Chinese Case Study, on 18 and 20 November 2019, at CPD

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practi…-get-equal-access-to-justice-in-courts

Last updated on the 7th July 2015