Sol Dolor

Sol Dolor

Sol is currently a journalist at Australasian Lawyer and New Zealand Lawyer.

A versatile and experienced journalist, Sol has covered finance, sports, and business across Australia, USA, New Zealand, and Asia. Before joining Australasian Lawyer and New Zealand Lawyer, Sol was a managing editor with FOX sports. Sol’s specialty areas include the legal profession, capital markets, and M&A.

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Simpson Grierson elevates eight to senior associate

Simpson Grierson elevates eight to senior associate

Strong talent base fruit of the firm's development and recruitment program, says chair

Lane Neave advises on $150m trans-Tasman acquisition

Lane Neave advises on $150m trans-Tasman acquisition

Firm undertakes due diligence to help tech giant acquire an Australasian business

Lawyer bodies urge balance and careful approach to sexual violence trial reforms

Lawyer bodies urge balance and careful approach to sexual violence trial reforms

Law Society and Bar air concerns about certain provisions of the Sexual Violence Legislation Bill

Law Society of Scotland accredits non-lawyer as legaltech specialist

Law Society of Scotland accredits non-lawyer as legaltech specialist

The accreditation is the first of its kind in the UK

Two more experienced lawyers join Juno Legal

Two more experienced lawyers join Juno Legal

Clients are increasingly turning to on-demand legal services to meet needs, firm's leader says

New Criminal Cases Review Commission leaders sought

New Criminal Cases Review Commission leaders sought

Applications close on 6 March

Sidley Austin appoints chief diversity officer

Sidley Austin appoints chief diversity officer

Commercial litigation partner will spearhead the firm's diversity and inclusion initiatives

Commercial law expert makes partner at Lowndes Jordan

Commercial law expert makes partner at Lowndes Jordan

New partner joined the firm in 2015 from a top 50 commercial law firm in the UK

Buddle Findlay welcomes back two senior lawyers

Buddle Findlay welcomes back two senior lawyers

The two lawyers return to New Zealand from the UK and Australia

Bell Gully partner remains sole NZ climate change expert in Chambers Global directory

Bell Gully partner remains sole NZ climate change expert in Chambers Global directory

Only 18 around the world are recognised by the directory as climate change experts