In-House Insider Articles
By Turei Mackey| 1 November 2013
All aspects of leadership were the focal point of CLANZ’s inaugural CLANZmini conference last month.
By Turei Mackey| 1 September 2013
When eCLANZ caught up with Solicitor-General Michael Heron QC it had been just over a year since the former Russell McVeagh partner had started in the role, and a very busy year at that.
By Jan Lang| 1 September 2013
In a challenging and regulated business environment, working as an in-house lawyer can be demanding. Lighten the load with LexisNexis solutions that can:
16 July 2013
This year the Energy Law Association (ELA) is running the inaugural ELA Essay Competition. The ELA invites applicants from a wide range of legal areas. We envisage that essays will be on any legal topic directly of relevance to the...
1 July 2013
Congratulations on receiving the CLANZ-Chapman Tripp Public Sector In-House Lawyer of the Year award. What do you think drove this recognition from your organisation and external advisors?
18 June 2013
The proposed rules and guidelines for the introduction of mandatory continuing professional development for all lawyers are now before the Minister of Justice for approval. We have been asking different legal teams what they are doing to prepare for the...
By Rachael Breckon| 1 May 2013
In-house lawyers might like to consider including in their employment contracts a provision that recognises they are officers of the court and that these duties override their duties to their client organisation. With that in mind, Kensington Swan employment law...
By Rachael Breckon| 1 October 2012
The Law Society’s CLANZ section has launched a comprehensive report which outlines the behaviours found in leading in-house legal practice. The primary characteristic identified in 89% of top legal departments is that the most senior in-house lawyer in the organisation...
By Rachael Breckon| 1 September 2012
Deloitte Forensic just released the results from the first survey of Bribery and Corruption conducted in Australasia. The report, not only provides a summary of the survey results, but also presents the views of regulatory bodies, the international body fighting...
By By Tania Warburton, Policy Advisor (Legal) Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet| 25 August 2017
Tania Warburton was awarded the ILANZ scholarship at the end of 2014.Using this support and her 2015 Leadership Development Centre (LDC) fellowship, Tania attended Harvard Law School’s Leadership in Corporate Counsel Programme.On her return to New Zealand, Tania interviewed a...