Call for law society resignations after members veto sale

Nikki Mandow
Mon, 10 Dec 2018

By Nikki Mandow Dec. 11 (BusinessDesk) - Disgruntled Auckland District Law Society members want heads to roll at the top of the organisation after they defeated a divisive plan to sell the society's heritage building. The society’s president Joanna Pidgeon announced yesterday that members had voted almost 60:40 against selling the 1924 Chancery Chambers building. This was a much wider majority than at a previous vote in July. Pidgeon and the society’s eight-person ruling council had pushed members to accept a $14.9 million offer from a...

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