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Auckland Crown Solicitor Brian Dickey Resigns 4

Law Society Seek To Strike Off Former Russell McVeagh Partner

The Law Society has recommended that James Gardiner-Hopkins, the former Russell McVeagh partner found guilty of disgraceful sexual misconduct involving summer interns at the firm, be struck off the roll of barristers and solicitors. >> …

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Law Firm Sustainability: How Climate Change & the Sustainability Mandate are Changing how Law Firms Operate 

How Climate Change & the Sustainability Mandate are Changing how Law Firms Operate  Frankie McKeefry  moved from public sector law reform, to Interpol, then Corporate before now working to evolving business for the 21st century.  …

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Paul Heath QC & His Six O’Clock News-Making (And Other Stories)

Former High Court Judge and current Bankside barrister Paul Heath QC provided an interesting insight into his equally interesting career in the BusinessDesk ‘My Net Worth’ column. Now working at Bankside as a mediator and …

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NZ Law Society New Board Introduced

>> Latest Law Jobs on New Zealand’s Leading Law Jobs & News Network The New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa is delighted to introduce our new Board. New Vice-Presidents Ataga’i Esera, Caroline Silk and David Campbell were elected at the Law Society Council meeting in April. They join returning Vice-President Frazer Barton and new President Jacque Lethbridge who were existing Board members. Collectively their diverse backgrounds, experience, community involvement and legal expertise across …

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