Our links with the legal profession
Our links with New Zealand Law Foundation, Auckland District Law Society, New Zealand Law Society, The College of Law and The Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS).
The New Zealand Law Foundation
The New Zealand Law Foundation – Te Manatū a Ture o Aotearoa – is an independent trust established in 1982 and is a registered charitable entity in terms of the Charities Act 2005.
They provide grants for legal research, public education on legal matters and legal training. They operate a Legal Research and General Law Grants Programme, and run New Zealand’s premier legal scholarship programme.
Auckland District Law Society (ADLS)
ADLS is an independent membership organisation representing the New Zealand legal profession. It is renowned for its programmes for fostering collegiality, thought leadership and professional development, for the advancement of the profession.
Visit the Auckland District Law Society.
New Zealand Law Society
Visit the New Zealand Law Society to search the register of lawyers and to read the latest news.
In particular we are associated with the Legal Research Foundation, the Auckland Women Lawyers Association, the Maori Law Society, and The Pacific Lawyers Association.
For more information about the associations and groups, you can:
- Read the document, Law associations and groups.
The College of Law
The College of Law is a school of professional practice for lawyers in Australia and NZ. We are also the largest provider of practice-focused legal education in Australasia.
Our mission is to enhance the careers of legal professionals across Australasia through the delivery of innovative, practice-focused legal education and training.
Visit The College of Law.
The Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS)
The Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) has provided the stepping-stone between university and practice in the legal profession, in the form of the Professional Legal Studies Course (PLSC), to more than 15,000 students since 1987. IPLS is a private training establishment that has been granted registration by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority under Part 18 of the Education Act 1989.