Cyclone Gabrielle information and updates for the profession are available here.
The Independent Review Panel's report is now available. More information.
If you are a lawyer from another jurisdiction you can provide any legal services but generally you may not carry out work in any of the reserved areas of work. Both 'legal services' and 'reserved areas of work' are defined in s6 of the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006 (LCA).
Under s25 of the LCA you may also:
Information on admission to the profession in New Zealand is also available.