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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Local sports star tops up $40k theft charge with fresh $60k fraud charge during hearing

Local sports star tops up $40k theft charge with fresh $60k fraud charge during hearing

The sportsman was found to have stolen over $100k from family and friends

Supreme Court quashes bid for direct appeal on vaccine mandate

Supreme Court quashes bid for direct appeal on vaccine mandate

A group argued the mandate was inconsistent with the right to refuse medical treatment

Court rejects lobby group's efforts to lower New Zealand's voting age

Court rejects lobby group's efforts to lower New Zealand's voting age

The court says voting age was an "intensely and quintessentially political issue"

High Court: Ministry of Health must disclose data of unvaccinated Māori to health agency

High Court: Ministry of Health must disclose data of unvaccinated Māori to health agency

The court ruled that the ministry erred in its interpretation of the Health Information Privacy Code

High Court dismisses doctor-turned-Youtuber's bid to halt anti-vax video investigations

High Court dismisses doctor-turned-Youtuber's bid to halt anti-vax video investigations

The court rules that delaying the investigation would be contrary to public interest

Simpson Grierson partner: High Court injunction to RNZ a warning for media outlets

Simpson Grierson partner: High Court injunction to RNZ a warning for media outlets

The privacy commissioner has called for stricter standards on the publication of illegally obtained information

White & Case LLP nabs Latham & Watkins partner for Seoul practice

White & Case LLP nabs Latham & Watkins partner for Seoul practice

The new hire has 20 years' experience advising both Korean and international clients

High Court claim by Māori iwi calls for judicial review of te reo Māori use in courts

High Court claim by Māori iwi calls for judicial review of te reo Māori use in courts

The iwi say the native language remains "inconsequential" in NZ courts

Chapman Tripp advises South Island Office on AU$95m takeover of Sara Lee

Chapman Tripp advises South Island Office on AU$95m takeover of Sara Lee

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Simpson Grierson guides InfoTools' sale to Ipsos

Simpson Grierson guides InfoTools' sale to Ipsos

The deal reflects a trend of "international players identifying successful software solutions in NZ"