The Prestige team, led by Royal, participated at the New Zealand Bench and Bar dinner to meet with judiciary and legal colleagues and to listen to remarks by the new Supreme Court Chief Justice, Dame Helen Winkelmann.
On 25 June 2019 Royal joined a seminar hosted by ANZ Bank as one of the keynote speakers at Sylvia Park Mall in Auckland.
We’re truly honoured for the recognitions we’ve received so far in 2019 for introducing new ideas and practices into our legal practice as part of the wider community of law practitioners in New Zealand. Our firm was named one of the most innovative law firms by NZ Lawyer Magazine. The 2019 Innovative Law Firms list […]
Prestige Law was named one of the most innovative law firms by NZ Lawyer Magazine.
I have been lucky to be able to frequent the Langham hotel of Shanghai in the Xintiandi area over the recent years. It is situated in the most pretty part of the French Concession in Shanghai, within walking distance from the New Zealand Centre that our government was smart enough to position itself in, and is surrounded by the best range of all the foods that China can offer.
We are noticing a trend from our clients. The modern clients nowadays are very active in their work and life, travelling a lot, and many of them are even more time poor than us sometimes. When it comes to serving them, the old ways of asking them to pop by to have a chat at our offices as a nice way to start the professional relationship seems so outdated or almost inconsiderate.
We are busy people. Think about the challenges that modern families face in having to allow enough time for their loved ones to have quality conversations with one another on a regular basis. We lawyers have to do that much more for many clients, usually at the same time, to make sure we manage and progress their briefs without leaving anyone too far behind.