• South Island Firm Shakes The Queen City With Factory Recruitment

    In a tectonic shakeup with one of the country's most powerful law firms, the South Island-based Anderson Lloyd has recruited three Russell McVeagh partners to set up its Queen City office, as reported earlier this week by LawFuel. The move sees three senior Russell McVeagh partners -Geoff Busch, Chris Bargery and David Holden - leave Russell McVeagh to set up Anderson Lloyds' Auckland operation ...

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  • Anderson Lloyd Prepares for Move North

    Dunedin-based Anderson Lloyd is planning to open an Auckland office in the coming days, with partner-level lawyers joining from at least one other major law firm, according to LawFuel sources. Anderson Lloyd is one of the largest firms in the South Island and like counterpart Duncan Cotterill has wanted to extend its influence north.  Duncan Cotterill has had an Auckland office for some time ...

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  • Juries in the Internet Age

    Getting tough on jurors who undertake their own, online research into defendants could result in their taking their own place in the dock under new law changes proposed by the Law Commission. As reported earlier by LawFuel, the issue is the subject of discussion in the UK at the meeting of attorneys general from five jurisdictions, including the US, UK, Australa and Canada. The ...

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  • Law Recruiter's Non-News News

    NZ Legal consultant Robert Walters has revealed a shortage of lawyers in New Zealand at the three to six year level, although LawFuel's law job listings continue to show interesting roles for kiwi lawyers. The report by the law recruiters showed there is a gap in the market for lawyers in the 3-6 PQE level across all levels mainly as a result of ...

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