Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino is a news writer covering the Canadian legal scene. She writes for Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Law.

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Robo-advised KiwiSaver scheme launched with DLA Piper’s help

Robo-advised KiwiSaver scheme launched with DLA Piper’s help

The robo-scheme offers investors a portfolio tailor-made according to their needs, goals, and appetite for risk

Asia-Pacific boards knuckle down against cyber risk, climate change and legal risk

Asia-Pacific boards knuckle down against cyber risk, climate change and legal risk

74% of APAC boards will prioritise cyber risk over the next two years, study finds

DLA Piper toasts a century of supporting female lawyers in New Zealand

DLA Piper toasts a century of supporting female lawyers in New Zealand

The firm has celebrated Lyra Taylor, the first female partner in New Zealand 100 years ago

Around 16.1 events occur per High Court criminal case, says justice minister

Around 16.1 events occur per High Court criminal case, says justice minister

The averages for the District Court and for the Youth Court were 5.1 events and 8.8 events, respectively

Simmons & Simmons advises Norwegian power developer on Europe’s biggest wind farm

Simmons & Simmons advises Norwegian power developer on Europe’s biggest wind farm

The wind farm will power around 340,000 households

Talent retention a top concern for most UK law firms – study

Talent retention a top concern for most UK law firms – study

More than half of executives said talent retention a main concern in the next two to three years

Lawyers must pay fees of barristers instructed on behalf of clients - High Court

Lawyers must pay fees of barristers instructed on behalf of clients - High Court

Palmerston North lawyer fined and censured for non-payment of fees

US court revives Taylor Swift 'Shake It Off' suit

US court revives Taylor Swift 'Shake It Off' suit

Ninth Circuit cautions those trained only in the law about becoming final judges of art