Benefits of Membership

Knowledge sharing

Benefit from shared resources, online collaboration tools and access to specialists in virtually all areas of NZ LAW.

Upskilling opportunities

Receive training on current legal issues, practice management and work/life at regular conferences and meetings.

Marketing support

Provide value-add information to your clients on property, rural, trust and commercial using our 5 regular publications.

Buying power

Make significant cost savings on insurance, banking, office products and more, by negotiating as part of a collective

Current Legal News

The Property Law Section Exec Committee

The Property Law Section received 7 nominations for 3 vacancies on the Executive committee. We congratulate our NZ LAW Chair, Kristine King, Duncan King Law, Auckland as being newly elected onto the Executive committee. Congratulations to Kristine.
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Insurance & Financial Services Ombudsman

Getting help when you have difficulties with your insurer or financial services provider
The Insurance & Financial Services Ombudsman office (IFSO) was established in 1995 to help consumers who were in dispute with their insurers or financial services providers.

The IFSO is a free, independent entity to which you can lodge a complaint regarding the conduct and decisions of insurance and financial services providers, once you have exhausted that provider’s internal complaints procedures.