The Lawyers & Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal hears and determines disciplinary charges against members of the legal and conveyancing professions.
These charges are referred to the tribunal by a standards committee of the New Zealand Law Society or New Zealand Society of Conveyancers, or the Legal Complaints Review Officer.
The tribunal also receives applications regarding suspension, striking off, revocation of orders and restoration of practitioners to the roll or register.
The Lawyers & Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal was established under the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006.
How to apply for a review.
There are various procedures to be followed when proceedings are commenced, including pre-trial conferences and actual preparation for hearing.
The forms and fees you will need to apply for a review.
Use our decision finder to search online for decisions by the tribunal.
How to contact the tribunal.
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