Freelance journalist who has reported extensively on the law industry
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Debacle caps two years of disruption.
Sasha Borissenko offers her take on the scandals plaguing the legal industry.
Artists don't need to fall into the old trap of working for exposure.
Complaints against law firm and senior staffer before the Law Society.
OPINION: Sasha Borissenko on the story behind an offensive post on social media.
Uncertainty remains for those on the ground in Afghanistan.
Employers need to ensure they're following the law if they want to mandate vaccinations.
Opinion: Transparency issues appear time and time again with the legal industry.
The partner was exonerated in an independent investigation.
A satirical view on getting the worker bees back into the office.
Legal columnist Sasha Borrissenko digs into the rules of name suppression.
The law lays out clear penalties for rule-breakers.
'I realised pretty quickly that politics isn't about the law,' says Golriz Ghahraman.
The 'royal flush' of New Zealand's courts were in attendance to speak.
Research has shown the harrowing affects of conversion therapy.
Vulnerable employees will be shouting "huzzah" this week as sick leave doubles.
Will there be the follow-up and immigration reform that the Pasifika community deserves?
OPINION: A disproportionate number of men manage the 90 per cent female nurse workforce.
Industry still grappling with the fallout of a lawyer found guilty of misconduct.
OPINION: Until now, bullying within the legal profession has been largely sidelined.
OPINION: Sasha Borissenko digs into details of a former top lawyer's misconduct hearing.
Changes to New Zealand's Equal Pay Act came into force in 2020: What you need to know.
Now for the MPs who are relatively new to Parliament.
Five complainants presented accounts of alleged sexual misconduct at a Christmas party.
COMMENT: Equating professional standards with criminal law standards can be problematic.
Will this go to the Supreme Court? Crazier things have happened.
There is now a big push to help adopted children access all their information from birth.
Sasha Borissenko digs into the complexity of NZ tax law.
OPINION: All workers should get advantage of holidays regardless of their contract type.
Are New Zealand's representatives really "in touch" with the everyday New Zealander?