The courts never sleep. Well, almost never. From the tribunals through to the Supreme Court, the judicial system is a hive of activity. And, as the large portion of their…Read more
Alana is a member of Thomson Reuters NZ’s publishing branch. She began as a part-time summary writer in 2008 whilst studying for her law degree. Since finishing her degree and being admitted to the Bar, she has worked fulltime as a legal editor as part of the Cases team. She also liaises with the New Zealand Law Society, providing material for their Family Advocate and Property Lawyer publications. Her preferred areas of law include criminal sentencing, family law and international law.