Ministry of Justice news

District Court launches “transformative” Te Ao Mārama model

District Court launches “transformative” Te Ao Mārama model

The new model “reflects the needs of a multi-cultural Aotearoa where everyone can seek justice”

Brexit battle leads to resignation of UK government’s longest-tenured justice minister

Brexit battle leads to resignation of UK government’s longest-tenured justice minister

“This has been a week of chaos from the government’s own law officers,” the shadow attorney general says

NZ Bar Association seeks class exemption for barristers following AML/CFT amendments

NZ Bar Association seeks class exemption for barristers following AML/CFT amendments

The organisation says it aims to “better align the regime with the day-to-day realities of legal practice”

Jury trials to recommence in Auckland today

Jury trials to recommence in Auckland today

“Careful preparations have been taken by the Ministry of Justice to ensure high levels of protection are in place for jurors,” said the chief justice

COVID-19 and NZ courts updates: 31 August

COVID-19 and NZ courts updates: 31 August

With the COVID-19 alert level dropping to 2 in Auckland, some courts have updated their protocols