Professional Responsibility in New Zealand provides expert commentary on the professional obligations of lawyers, mediators and non-lawyer advocates; including annotated legislation, topic-based commentary on issues outside of the relevant legislation, and updates on important case law to help practitioners stay across changes in the law.
This product allows lawyers to manage risk more effectively by ensuring that all lawyers in the firm understand their ethical obligations. It will also allow lawyers to stay up to date with any changes in the law around professional responsibility, find answers to their legal ethics questions quickly, and learn how to navigate difficult ethical issues, such as when the opposing party is a lay litigant.
Written by experts in the field, including judges, academics and leading practitioners, with 24 contributing authors and covering 28 topics.
|General Editor||Dr Matthew Palmer QC
|Author/s||Paul Collins, Hon Justice Anthony Randerson QC, Dr Grant Morris, Horiana Irwin-Easthope, Paranihia Walker, Justine Falconer, Daniel Kalderimis, Ian Millard QC, Gregor Allan, Jessica Kerr, Felix Geiringer, Liesle Theron, Andrew Beck, Lisa Hansen, Matthew Smith, Dr Heather McKenzie, Una Jagose, Stephanie Winson, Hon Robert Fisher QC, Kate Wiseman, Susan Hornsby-Geluk, Peter Gunn, and Jonathan Scragg
|Ideal For||All lawyers, mediators, arbitrators, non-legal advocates (ACC, PPS, Immigration Advisers, etc.)
|Format||Online digital commentary, LexisNexis Red Publication
|Servicing||Frequently – as changes occur