In-House Insider Articles
By Herman Visagie, General Counsel TSB Bank and Vice President ILANZ Committee| 18 December 2017
“The show will go on, but it will be a different sort of show, not the one we necessarily auditioned for. We need to be ready to become other characters, embrace different tasks, seize opportunities to step into other roles.”
30 November 2017
ILANZ would like to congratulate the following winners in the In-house category at the recent NZ Law Awards held in Auckland on the 23rd November 2017.Anthony Harper Young In-house Lawyer of the Year (Under 35)Winner: Patrick Gamble, Complectus GroupHighly Commended: Jemma Stevenson,...
30 November 2017
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By Gabrielle O'Brien| 30 October 2017
“A corporate counsel must be able to analyse issues and identify problems, to anticipate future events and possiblities, and to exercise practical and holistic judgement to do the right thing as a trusted advisor.........”
By Larissa Vaughan, Head of Legal Wealth and Digital Lead Lawyer at Kiwibank| 22 August 2017
I’ve been working with agile tech teams for a couple of years now. Mostly it’s fun, with the expected technical legal challenges trying to determine what law applies in novel situations.
By Website Administrator , | 27 August 2017
ILANZ catches up with the winner of the AUT Law School Community Contribution Award, Eva Hartshorn-Sanders...
By Sarah Taylor, Principal Legal Advisor, Tasman District Council| 29 June 2017
Sarah Taylor, Principal Legal Advisor and winner of the 2016 ILANZ Scholarship, shares her thoughts about applying for, and receiving, the scholarship
30 June 2017
The 2017 Benchmarks and Leading Practices Report is now available.
5 July 2017
The potential damage bribery and corruption can cause to an organisation transcends any immediate financial costs. It has a deep and potentially lasting impact on an organisation’s reputation, on its culture, regulatory standing and even long-term profitability. This is the finding...
By Sarah Taylor, Principal Legal Advisor, Tasman District Council| 30 May 2017
Sarah Taylor was awarded the 2016 ILANZ scholarship to undertake research into flexible working in the legal profession. Her report "Valuing our lawyers" highlights the outcomes of her research and examines the opportunities and challenges both for individuals and organisations.