Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson is a writer for Australasian Lawyer, with expertise in reporting on employment law and legal ethics. She also writes for HRD Australia and is studying a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology Sydney. In 2020, Georgia returned home to Sydney after working as a professional ballerina in Europe. Upon graduating from the Dutch National Ballet Academy in Amsterdam with a Bachelor of Arts, she joined the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. There, she was fortunate to perform a number of world-renowned classical ballets, including Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker.

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Auckland High Court commences trial over father's role in infant’s death

Auckland High Court commences trial over father's role in infant’s death

Anthony Pickering was accused of killing his 10-month-old son in September 2020

Appeals court backs health board’s firing of hospital worker for confidentiality misconduct

Appeals court backs health board’s firing of hospital worker for confidentiality misconduct

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Supreme Court acquits Alan Hall

Supreme Court acquits Alan Hall

The solicitor-general announced an investigation into Hall's wrongful conviction

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Is it hard to win unfair dismissal?

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Alan Hall murder conviction set to be overturned after 36 years

Alan Hall murder conviction set to be overturned after 36 years

The Crown admitted that a key witness statement in the case was doctored

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Megaupload founder the sole defendant to face extradition in copyright saga

Two co-defendants in the case struck a deal with prosecutors to remain in NZ

Wellington District Court orders suppression of evidence in fraud case

Wellington District Court orders suppression of evidence in fraud case

A USB stick containing important evidence related to the case was "lost in transit"

High Court rules for Grounded Kiwis in landmark MIQ system battle

High Court rules for Grounded Kiwis in landmark MIQ system battle

The court found that the system unjustifiably infringed on New Zealanders' rights

Family dispute resolution: 5 most common questions – answered

Family dispute resolution: 5 most common questions – answered

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Supreme Court permits NZ citizen's extradition to China for murder

Supreme Court permits NZ citizen's extradition to China for murder

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