Jacqueline So

Jacqueline So

Jacqueline began her journalism career as a feature writer and researcher with Australian real-estate magazine Your Investment Property in 2016 before switching to Key Media’s legal titles in March 2020. Since then, she has led content production for the Australasian Lawyer and NZ Lawyer websites as the news editor, reporting on major updates in the legal profession for these regions and conducting exclusive interviews with leaders in the industry.

Her journalistic highlights include being able to write about the evolving role of cats in law.

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Pearce IP snatches litigation head from AJ Park

Pearce IP snatches litigation head from AJ Park

Paul Johns headed up AJ Park's litigation and commercial practice group for nearly a decade

NZLS GM Representative and Strategy on the long-term benefits of the new subscription model

NZLS GM Representative and Strategy on the long-term benefits of the new subscription model

Amanda Woodbridge shares what she considers to be the top three benefits for lawyers

FMA welcomes new chair

FMA welcomes new chair

Craig Stobo will helm the organisation for the next five years

Employment, corporate lawyers beef up Buddle Findlay's senior ranks

Employment, corporate lawyers beef up Buddle Findlay's senior ranks

Helen Pryde brings experience with WorkSafe investigations while Ryan Ellis has spent time in-house

Former law firm co-director jailed for sharing images of child exploitation

Former law firm co-director jailed for sharing images of child exploitation

The Whangārei District Court sentenced the ex-lawyer to two and a half years in prison

Three added to District Court bench

Three added to District Court bench

The new judges will be sworn in next month

New Gisborne Crown Solicitor named

New Gisborne Crown Solicitor named

Riki Donnelly is the first locally based appointee to the role in nearly two decades

NZLS president calls for AML/CFT compliance reform

NZLS president calls for AML/CFT compliance reform

Frazer Barton outlined the struggles of lawyers in this area in a letter

Silk asks Parliament committee to drop mandatory tikanga Māori course for law students

Silk asks Parliament committee to drop mandatory tikanga Māori course for law students

"Tikanga is not law", the deputy prime minister said

Court of Appeal hears arguments on what constitutes legal services

Court of Appeal hears arguments on what constitutes legal services

The NZBA provided submissions on the case of Legal Services Commissioner v Fawcett