Hannah Norton

Hannah Norton
A former daily news reporter and editor of a community newspaper, Hannah juggles working as a journalist for NZLawyer and HRD Singapore with law school, with a specific interest in media law. When she is not reading judgements and textbooks she enjoys surfing, tumbling and going to the gym.

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Insurance lawyers affected by disaster dip

Despite the number of Christchurch cases ramping down, New Zealand’s insurance lawyers can expect to remain busy, writes Hannah Norton.

Golden era of construction

Some of New Zealand’s top construction lawyers talk to Hannah Norton about the key drivers of work in the booming industry.

Tony Ryall: From Cabinet to commercial law firm

Former top-rated MP Tony Ryall talks to Hannah Norton about heading up the new public policy practice at top-tier New Zealand firm Simpson Grierson.

What do you think about your HR department?

HR needs to be more in step with other business functions to have a credible voice in the boardroom, a report from one of the world's largest corporate law firms says.

Partner profits over $500k

New Zealand law firms are reporting profit margins in excess of 30 percent, according to new survey results.

Lighter Side: Moral quandary in Chinese bar exam

Question: Would you save your girlfriend or your mother from a burning building?

Breaking News: Partner ‘oversight’ held unsatisfactory conduct

A partner in an Auckland firm has been censured after being found guilty of unsatisfactory conduct, prompting the Law Society to reiterate the importance of professional standards.

Slam dunk for firm

A NZ law firm has taken a different approach to giving back to the community.

New player for NZ travel market

Two top-tier NZ firms have advised on a deal which will see Australia’s largest network of franchised travel agents come to New Zealand.

Opportunities for firms in change

Change provides an opportunity to become more commercially relevant to clients, a partner of a major NZ firm says.