Professional Responsibility in New Zealand, 2nd edition
Professional Responsibility in New Zealand is an essential resource on ethics and professional responsibility for the New Zealand legal profession.
Edited by Matthew S R Palmer
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Written by experts in the field, including judges, academics, and leading practitioners, with 26 contributing authors and covering 30 topics, Professional Responsibility in New Zealand allows lawyers to effectively manage risk by ensuring that everyone understands their ethical and legal obligations.
Covering the foundational subjects of client care, working with other lawyers, behaviours in court, and tikanga Māori, this book is a must-have resource for all practitioners and students of law. This second edition has been updated to reflect the amendments to the Conduct and Client Care Rules, which were recommended by the New Zealand Law Society’s independent working group report on bullying and harassment in the legal profession.
Drawn from the online publication of the same name, Professional Responsibility in New Zealand provides expert commentary on the professional obligations of lawyers, mediators, non-lawyer advocates; including annotated rules, topic-based commentary on issues outside of the relevant legislation, and updates on important case law.
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• Boulle, Goldblatt & Green Mediation: Skills and Strategies, 2016
• Professional Responsibility in New Zealand (online resource)
Table of contents
Part I – Foundations
Chapter 1: History of the New Zealand legal profession – Dr Grant Morris
Chapter 2: The enduring importance of tikanga Māori and te reo Māori for the legal profession – Paranihia Walker & Horiana Irwin-Easthope
Chapter 3: Governance of the legal profession in New Zealand – Justine Falconer
Part II – The Practitioner
Chapter 4: Definition of lawyer and reserved work – Paul Collins
Chapter 5: Admission – Paul Collins
Chapter 6: Statutory discipline structure and procedures– Paul Collins
Chapter 7: Barristers sole – Matthew Smith
Chapter 8: Responsibilities of government lawyers - Una Jagose QC
Chapter 9: Employed lawyers (in-house counsel) and their professional obligations – Stephanie Winson
Chapter 10: Harassment and bullying – Susan Hornsby-Geluk
Part III – Annotated Conduct and Client Care Rules
Chapter 11: Lawyers and Conveyancers Act (Lawyers: Conduct and Client Care) Rules 2008 – Paul Collins
Part IV – Practitioners and the Court
Chapter 12: The inherent power of the court to discipline and supervise its officers - Hon Tony Randerson QC and Anna Devathasan
Chapter 13: Practitioners and the court – Yasmin Olsen
Part V – Practitioners and other Practitioners
Chapter 14: Professional responsibility in law firms: partnership and incorporation – Daniel Kalderimis
Chapter 15: Professional dealings – Felix Geiringer
Part VI – Practitioners and Clients
Chapter 16: Solicitor-client relationships – Daniel Kalderimis
Chapter 17: Fiduciary duties of lawyers – Ian Millard QC
Chapter 18: Professional liability and insurance issues – Jonathan Scragg
Chapter 19: Trust accounting and fidelity funds – Paul Collins
Chapter 20: Professional obligations of lawyers relating to money laundering and terrorist financing – Gregor Allan & Jessica Kerr
Chapter 21: Confidentiality – Liesle Theron
Chapter 22: Conflicts of interest – Andrew Beck
Chapter 23: Legal professional privilege – Liesle Theron
Part VII – Practitioners and Others
Chapter 24: Criminal lawyers – Sean Mallett
Chapter 25: Duties in respect of witnesses: civil actions – Lisa Hansen
Chapter 26: Professional responsibilities of arbitrators – Hon Robert Fisher QC & Kate Wiseman
Chapter 27: Professional responsibilities of mediators – Hon Robert Fisher QC & Kate Wiseman
Chapter 28: Professional responsibility obligations of non-lawyers in the employment jurisdiction – Susan Hornsby-Geluk
Chapter 29: Lawyers’ obligations when dealing with a self-represented person – Peter Gunn