Firm Profile > Buddle Findlay > Wellington, New Zealand

Buddle Findlay
New Zealand

Banking and finance Tier 1

Buddle Findlay is one of only two firms with significant banking and finance expertise in all three key economic centres of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Its high-end work encompasses project and infrastructure finance, leveraged and acquisition finance, securitisation, regulatory advice, agriculture finance, property finance and local government matters. It also has the leading aged care finance practice. Among its key clients are all major New Zealand banks, domestic branches of overseas banks, non-bank financial institutions and major corporate groups. Paul Farrugia leads the practice from Auckland and is known for syndicated lending, acquisition and leveraged finance, and development finance, while Peter Owles is a market leader in project and infrastructure finance. Miriam Andrews for funds and alternative capital matters and Terence Ng for Asian inbound and outbound investment are also driving forces within the practice.


“The team, particularly Paul Farrugia and Daniel Collins, is very commercial , understands what’s important to the bank, meet deadlines and explain key concepts.”

“The firm has the ability to provide multiple language services and understands alternative communication methods to cater to different cultures. This makes the team unique among its peers.”

“Terence Ng and Kelly Zhang are wonderful legal counsels who are willing to put themselves into the client’s shoes and provide consistent, effective, professional responses.”

Key clients

Bank of New Zealand

ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited,

Sky Network Television (Listed Media Company)

Maui Capital (Private Equity)

Adamantem Capital (Private Equity)

Pencarrow (Private Equity)

Morrison & Co (Infrastructure asset manager)

Westpac NZ Limited

Kiwibank Limited


Infratil (Listed Infrastructure Investor)

NZ Commercial Ventures Limited, a Goldman Sachs Subsidiary

Bank of India

Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Ngai Tahu, Investment Vehicle

China Construction Bank

Bank of China

Corporate and M&A Tier 1

Clients of Buddle Findlay praise its 'cohesive service offering, with strong project management and coordination to ensure have easy and proactive access to experts across disciplines'. They further note that 'it is not just a legal view they bring to the table, they really understand the commercial imperatives of what they are doing'. The firm handles the full spectrum of domestic and cross-border corporate transactions for mid-sized businesses, listed issuers, banks and financial institutions, and government agencies. In Auckland, practice head Simon Vodanovich and the vastly experienced Grant Dunn are standout practitioners. Up-and-coming partners Nick Bragg and Sarah McEwan, along with rising star senior associate Benjamin Sutton, are highly recommended. Steve Nightingale in Wellington and Mark Odlin in Christchurch also play key roles in the practice.


“Simon Vodanovich and Nick Bragg have both been brilliant to deal with over the years. They bring a wealth of practical experience and genuinely work as business partners.”

“They are all stars – easy to work with, proactive and on top of the detail. They are commercial problem solvers and are hugely dedicated and committed to working with clients to drive results.”

“Among the standout partners are Sarah McEwan, Nick Bragg, Simon Vodanovich and Steve Nightingale.”

Key clients

SKY Network Television

Infratil Limited

GE Capital

Chevron Corporation and Chevron New Zealand (until its sale to Z Energy)

Auckland Council

New Zealand Post Group

Vodafone New Zealand

Goldman Sachs


Pencarrow Private Equity

H.R.L. Morrison & Co Limited

Z Energy Limited

Nongfu Spring Co. Ltd

The Growth Fund


NZ Post

Contact Energy

Labour and employment Tier 1

At Buddle Findlay, 'every piece of advice is well researched and answered, and the team is practical and provides great response times'. Its national employment and health and safety law practice predominantly acts for large corporate employers, both public and private, in complex employment and industrial relations issues, as well as handling health and safety compliance, WorkSafe investigations and enforcement actions. In Wellington, head of the firm's national employment Peter Chemis has 'a fantastic reputation', and Hamish Kynaston is highly regarded for his work in the public, health and education sectors. Sherridan Cook is the key partner in Auckland, where 'fantastic' senior associate Mere King is a rising star. Susan Rowe leads the Christchurch employment team and is particularly known for strategic advice to local authorities and government agencies.


“Mere King and Sherridan Cook provide great customer service. They always respond on same day with good quality and worthwhile advice.”

“The team is really responsive and generous with its time and advice.”

“The advice is really sound, provides options and identifies risks with any course of action.”

“The team at Buddle Findlay has made time to get to know our company and culture inside out, so the advice is aligned with how we operate. They are pragmatic and approachable.”

“They apply pragmatism and common sense to the legal environment. They work quickly and efficiently and give great practical advice! They have a sense of humour and don’t overcomplicate things.”

“Mere King and Sherridan Cook are the two lawyers we deal with regularly and I have total trust in their guidance.”

“Our organisation is in good hands when Sherridan Cook and/or Mere King is on the case. Having worked with a number of employment law specialists I have reference points for comparison, and their employment advice is at the top of the game.”

Key clients

Vodafone New Zealand Limited

New Zealand Police

Hurunui District Council

SKY Network Television Limited

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

New Zealand Post

Lumino Dental Limited

Christchurch City Council

Selwyn District Council

Wellington City Council

Auckland UniServices Limited

Ministry of Social Development

Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children

Alliance Group Limited

ANZ Bank

Coca-Cola Oceania Limited

GHD Limited

New Zealand Blood Service

Callaghan Innovation

Landcorp Farming Limited

Manukau Institute of Technology

Unitec Institute of Technology

Ara Institute of Canterbury

Massey University

Department of Corrections

Colgate-Palmolive Limited

Steel & Tube New Zealand Limited


Emirates Airlines

Navico Auckland Limited

Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

Wellington International Airport

Contact Energy Limited

Trade Me Limited

Lockheed-Martin Global, Incorporated

Te Tumu Paeroa (the Māori Trustee)

McDonalds Corporation

Methanex New Zealand Limited

New Zealand Customs Service

Department of Conservation

Central Agency Shared Services (the Treasury)

Ministry of Justice

The Walt Disney Company (Australia) Pty Limited

NZX Limited

GE Capital Finance Australasia (Pty) Limited


Toyota New Zealand Limited

Swissport New Zealand Limited

Reserve Bank of New Zealand

New Zealand Transport Agency

Primary ITO

Eastern Institute of Technology

Western Institute of Technology

Projects and resources management (including environment) Tier 1

Buddle Findlay is 'current with legislation, innovative and very prompt with their responses' and one client remarks that 'the level of care and attention to clients from all of the staff is consistently excellent'. The firm has a key role in some of the country's largest projects, including City Rail Link, and recently handled key developments in the energy sector. In Auckland, the practice heads are Patrick Mulligan for resource management and environment and, for projects and infrastructure development, Peter Owles. Associate Mathew Gribben is a rising star in resource management, environmental and local government matters. Project development partner Tom Bennett joined from Bell Gully. Firm chair Paul Beverley in Wellington is a leading light in resource management planning and consenting processes, Māori Law and Treaty Settlement negotiations.


“It has the largest resource management and environment specialist team. It is very collaborative, and has extensive regulatory and commercial projects expertise.”

“The team is very competent and provides a specific personal service.”

“Working with associate Mathew Gribben is like adding a star player to your team. He provides clear and sound legal advice, has excellent industry knowledge, and takes great care in staying in touch with the team.”

“I enjoy working with Buddle Findlay more than other firms as they are easy to work with, provide clear options for consideration when options are available, understand the client’s requirements, and acknowledge that not all decisions are based solely on particular legal matters. In my experience, they do not push their own views on the client as I have experienced some doing from other firms.”

“The individual people are all great to work with, and there are clear back-up personnel available if the key contact is not available. I have greatly enjoyed working recently with them.”

Key clients

HRL Morrison

Electricity Authority

Contact Energy

Genesis Energy

Environmental Protection Authority


Genesis Energy

Petroleum Exploration and Production Association New Zealand

Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (now part of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet)

Leading Banks: ANZ, Westpac, BNZ

Central Plains Water


Pioneer Energy


Z Energy Limited

Ormat Technologies

Energy Fiji Limited

Caltex Australia

Auckland Council

Auckland Transport

New Zealand Transport Agency

Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Tauranga City Council

Ministry of Education

Miraka Limited

Christchurch City Council

Waikato Regional Council

Hurunui District Council

Otago Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council

Horowhenua District Council

Hutt City Council

Gisborne District Council

Pioneer Energy

Watercare Services Limited

Puke Coal Limited

Fulton Hogan

Havelock Village Limited (subsidiary of GMP Pharmaceuticals)

Tata Valley Limited (subsidiary of GMP Pharmaceuticals)

Restructuring and insolvency Tier 1

Buddle Findlay has one of New Zealand’s pre-eminent insolvency and restructuring teams and counts Bank of New Zealand, ANZ Bank New Zealand, KordaMentha and PwC among its clients. David Perry, who is former board member of INSOL International and past-Chairman of Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association of New Zealand, leads the practice from Auckland, where Scott Abel is a leading light. They frequently advise domestic and foreign banks, insolvency professionals and other organisations on receiverships, liquidations and workouts. Special counsel Myles O’Brien  is a rising star who acts for one of New Zealand's largest banks in recovery and enforcement actions. In Wellington, Scott Barker is a leading litigation, insolvency and credit recovery specialist who recently acted for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in the high-profile CBL Insurance matter.


“The firm has a good range of experienced experts with a good practical focus. Scott Barker is a standout litigator.”

“Buddle Findlay was instrumental in working with the NZ Bankers’ Association and the main lending banks to develop an escrow facility and associated deed to give lenders sufficient security and comfort to lend to customers in multi-unit complexes with building defects. It has been proactive in fine tuning the facility and working through issues as they arose from both the banks and the customers. It also provided regular, accurate, transactional summaries of funds held for each individual customer. I found the firm easy to deal with throughout.”

“Myles O’Brien is a pleasure to deal with and he dealt with any tasks and queries in a timely and professional manner. He actively kept in touch with me to keep abreast of any changes in the remedial repair projects and also updated me with any changes in the banking conditions which may affect our clients.”

“Myles O’Brien dealt with all matters very well. The back room team of associates and finance were also first class. The staff are always available and provide timely and accurate information.”

“Myles O’Brien is very approachable and provides timelines for any work that he is doing for me. Myles provides regular updates so that I never have to chase him up.”

“They are flexible in their approach to problem-solving and not intransigent in working in their clients interest.”

“They are hugely responsive – queries were inevitably responded to within 24 hrs with complete answers where possible.”

“The firm is the best value for money in this sector. Scott Abel’s technical and case law knowledge and David Perry’s service and responsiveness are excellent.”

“Seb Bisley gives me extremely high-quality advice that has helped me out of a number of difficult transactions.”

Key clients

Bank of New Zealand

ANZ Bank New Zealand





Chapman Atkins

Callaghan Innovation

Reserve Bank of New Zealand


TMT Tier 1

'They have put in effort to understand how our business works and consequently are able to provide advice and documentation that is fit for purpose more efficiently', says a client of Buddle Findlay. The firm has prominent practitioners in Auckland in Philip Wood, who specialises in commercial, IT, telecommunication, media and television/film sector matters, and Allan Yeoman, who acts for early stage and high-growth technology companies in  transactional and contracting matters and works with IT customers and vendors in both the private and public sectors. In Wellington, Amy Ryburn is a key partner for commercial contracting and procurement, in particular in relation to technology, media, telecommunications and intellectual property. Senior associates Damien Steel-Baker who handles commercial contracting and procurement, and Keri Johansson are rising stars. Special counsel Renee Stiles focuses on drafting, and negotiating large scale and complex ICT and outsourcing contracts.


“I have respect for the knowledge of the individuals who I have worked with and the way they work with me as the client.”

“They and have put in effort to build the trust of our in-house legal team and are respectful of the skills our lawyers have.”

“They work with our in-house team rather than imposing their view over those of the in-house team. They also try their best to accommodate our needs. Amy Ryburn, Damien Steel-Baker and Renee Stiles have been particularly good to work with.”

Key clients

SKY Network Television

Bank of New Zealand

Vodafone New Zealand

Imagination Television

The New Zealand Customs Service

Department of Internal Affairs

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

New Zealand Transport Agency



Auckland Council

Transport (rail, road, air and sea) Tier 1

Buddle Findlay's advises clients in the transport sector on regulation and policy, resource management, property, construction, commercial and procurement issues, and employment law. Its acts for both private and public sector clients, and is one of three firms on the panel of the New Zealand Transport Agency, which is responsible for delivery state highway projects. In addition, it assists numerous district and regional councils with a wide range of legal matters related to local road and other transport networks. Firm chair Paul Beverley in Wellington and resource management partner Pat Mulligan in Auckland lead the practice, which hired leading light Tom Bennett from Bell Gully. Bennett has almost 20 years' experience in advising key clients Auckland Transport and Auckland Council on the procurement and development of public transport services and infrastructure.


“I enjoy working with Buddle Findlay more than other firms as it is easy to work with, provides clear options for consideration when options are available, understands the client’s requirements, and acknowledges that not all decisions are based solely on particular legal matters. In my experience, they do not push their own views on the client as I have experienced some doing from other firms.”

“The individual people are all great to work with, and there are clear back-up personnel if the key contact is not available. I have greatly enjoyed working recently with Jennifer Caldwell, Vanessa Evitt and Mathew Gribben. I saw Patrick Mulligan leading at an Inquiry hearing, where he did an excellent job despite some very trying circumstances.”

“The team has extensive experience in public transport – ferry, rail and bus operation, funding and arrangements in the Auckland context – and a strong understanding of the client and its drivers and risks. Consequently the team is able to provide prompt, pragmatic, effective and legally robust advice.”

“Tom Bennett is a standout in this practice area, having a wealth of relevant experience and deep understanding of the applicable legislation, operating models and access arrangements. His understanding of the client organisation and its commercial and wider imperatives is coupled with a responsive, practical, helpful and efficient manner, which provides a strong value for money proposition.”

Key clients

New Zealand Transport Agency

Auckland Council

Greater Wellington Regional Council

Hutt City Council


Auckland Transport

Competition law Tier 2

Buddle Findlay's competition and anti-trust practice in frequently involved in high-profile merger clearance applications to the Commerce Commission, including some of the most complex in the NZCC's history. For example, its work for Verifone in opposing Ingenico’s acquisition of Paymark raised complex issues of vertical and conglomerate competition effects. The practice led by Tony Dellow in Wellington advises public sector entities on competition law and regulation of markets to promote competition, and advises the government on regulatory matters. Its work encompasses the banking, consumer goods, health, dairy, food, telecommunications and waste sectors. Susie Kilty in Wellington handles competition, fair trading, overseas investment consents and economic regulation, particularly in the infrastructure industries. Rising star senior associate Anna Parker joined the Auckland office from DLA Piper in Sydney.


“Buddle Findlay has a depth of knowledge across a range of fields, including Commerce Act matters, which brings a unique application of knowledge.”

“They are very professional, intelligent and approachable. They provide strategic as well as legal advice.”

Key clients

Toyota New Zealand

CRV Limited

SKY Television

Payments New Zealand

Verifone/EFTPOS New Zealand

Electricity Authority

Ministry of Health and various District Health Boards

Infant Nutrition Council

Ministry for Primary Industries (Worked for them since they were founded in 2012 but worked with their predecessors (Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, and Ministry of Fisheries) since 1980)

Contact Energy

H.R.L. Morrison & Co (advisors to Infratil Limited)

Dispute resolution Tier 2

Buddle Findlay has 'very good lawyers with strong ethics and a focus on consistent quality', according to a client. The firm has litigation capability in all three of its offices across New Zealand and is active in finance, property, construction, consumer goods and other commercial contract-related disputes, as well as insolvency, IP, judicial review and competition law-related litigation. Practice head Scott Barker, who primarily handles insolvency and banking disputes, leads the group from the Wellington office, where up-and-coming partner Sebastian Bisley is a highly regarded advocate. Willie Palmer in Christchurch is particularly notable for his representation of clients at the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Canterbury earthquakes, as as well as engineering and construction disputes. Kelly Paterson is also recommended. Following the departure of Laura O'Gorman, who joined Bankside Chambers, the Auckland litigation team is now led by David Broadmore, who handles insolvency, banking and contract disputes.


‘A very long-established national firm drawing on the skills of connections established throughout commerce and government. It has sound internal systems and is one of New Zealand’s front rank law firms. It is tenacious but principled in acting for clients.’

‘The standout partners include Willie Palmer and as a new junior partner Kelly Paterson in Christchurch; and Scott Barker and Seb Bisley in Wellington.”

‘Willie Palmer is an excellent litigation lawyer, as is Kelly Paterson.’

‘Seb Bisley gives very high-quality advice that is always sound and sensible.’

Key clients

Sky Network Television Limited

Electricity Authority

Miraka Limited

Bank of New Zealand

Auckland Council





Contact Energy Ltd

Southern Response Earthquake Services

General Electric



Spotless Facility Services

GHD Limited

Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd

GMP Pharmaceuticals Limited

Intellectual property Tier 2

At Buddle Findlay, 'the team has really good broad knowledge and it can tap in to and a great level of understanding about the NZ market'. The firm has a deep bench of IP specialists lawyers, backed up by litigators with extensive experience in contentious IP matters. It provides the full range of IP services based on the collective experience of its team gained at international law firms, patent attorney firms, and in public sector and industry roles. Last year, the firm maintained its 100% record in domain name disputes before the Domain Name Commission. John Glengarry and Philip Wood lead the practice from Auckland, where partner Allan Yeoman and special counsel Hamish Selby are also recommended. In Christchurch, litigator Kelly Paterson handles IP as part of a broad dispute resolution practice. Amy Ryburn in Wellington specialises in major ICT contracts, outsourcing and the IP aspects of corporate transactions.


John Glengarry leads a team of dedicated and enthusiastic IP lawyers who are extremely approachable and responsive. Their ability to solve complex IP issues is second to none, as is their knowledge of subject matter and expertise in communicating in a meaningful way such issues.

Hamish Selby knows our history well and this means there is less explaining to do and we get to good advice and recommendations quickly.

Thoroughly reliable. Prompt. Efficient. They take the time to understand the clients.

Key clients


The University of Auckland

British American Tobacco

WWF – World Wide Fund for Nature

Alibaba Group

UMF Honey Association, Inc.

SKY Network Television Limited

Freightways Group

Mr Apple

Earthwise Group

Auckland Council and its Council Controlled Organisations, including ATEED, Panuku and Regional Facilities Auckland

Real estate and construction Tier 2

Buddle Findlay frequently handles high-profile projects for local authorities, including urban regeneration projects in Auckland, and has specialist expertise in Treaty Waitangi settlements. Daniel Kelleher leads the practice in Auckland and specialises in property law and has extensive experience in property sector, corporate, banking and commercial transactions. Charlotte von Dadelszen is the lead partner in Wellington and focuses on leasing, construction and land-related property advice. The firm is also strong in property finance and handles innovative social housing projects, as well as playing a prominent role in infrastructure projects such as irrigation projects, telecoms projects and PPPs. Auckland Council is among its key public sector clients. 'The firm has good depth in its team and is responsive to deadlines', remarks a client. Tom Bennett, who joined from Bell Gully, handles real estate, construction, procurement and local government matters.


“The firm has  performed strongly for us on lease and sales agreements and has good knowledge of current lease and documentation trends.”

“Tom Bennett has a great understanding of our business and the environment we work in. He is very responsive and proactive with clear, robust and appropriate advice and support. And he is a pleasure to deal with.”

“They have a great team culture and positive ‘can-do’ approach.”

“They are great at communicating. The advice is always pragmatic and in context to the outcomes and the specific risk appetite for the transaction.”

“A really trusted firm. The advice is practical and commercially focussed. It provides superb value for money and really works alongside the in-house lawyers.”

“Charlotte Von Dadelszen and Caitlin Olsen are brilliant lawyers and a great team. They are solutions-focus and practical.”

Key clients

Auckland Council

Auckland Transport

Panuku Development Auckland Limited

BNZ Branch Properties

Goodman Property

Precinct Properties Limited

Landcorp Farming


Christchurch International Airport Limited

Christchurch City Council

Office of Treaty Settlements

Top Garden Property Developments Limited

Waikato District Council

Tax Tier 2

The Auckland office of Buddle Findlay houses a tax practice that is heavily involved in M&A transactions across a diverse range of industry sectors on behalf of high-profile domestic and multinational groups. The firm's close relationships banks and other large domestic and overseas corporations see it frequently advise on specific banking products and schemes, as well as other innovative tax issues. The practice led by Tony Wilkinson also contentious matters, notably tax and customs and excise disputes. Last year, Wilkinson advised Infratil and Canadian asset management company Brookfield on their acquisition of Vodafone New Zealand. Partner Neil Russ has left the firm to form Russ + Associates.


‘The team are extremely talented and easy to deal with’.

Key clients

Newell Brands

Adamantem Capital

The Growth Fund

Alceon Group

Development West Coast

Vodafone New Zealand

Chevron Corporation


All of Government (NZ)

Geneva Healthcare

Norske Skog

Bank of New Zealand

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China


Z Energy

Toyota New Zealand

The firm: Buddle Findlay has been providing legal services for 120 years. Buddle Findlay represents the merger in 1982 of Wellington firms Buddle Anderson Kent & Co (with a heritage dating back to 1895 with the founding of Buller & Anderson) and Findlay Hoggard Richmond & Co (dating back to 1899 with the founding of Findlay Dalziell & Co). An Auckland office was established in 1986 and strengthened through mergers with the Auckland firm of Malloy Moody & Greville and with the commercial department of Holmden Horrocks & Co. A Christchurch office was added by merging with Brookman Stock in 1989.

Areas of practice: Buddle Findlay provides a full range of services to the government and business sectors, including banking and financial services, corporate and commercial advice, public and administrative law, competition law and industry regulation, property, construction and infrastructure projects, employment and health and safety, environment and resource management, M?ori law, litigation and dispute resolution, technology, media and communications, insurance, privacy and data protection, restructuring and insolvency, health law, intellectual property and tax.

The firm brings together expert teams of lawyers to manage projects, minimise risk and provide timely and practical advice. It offers proven technical ability and access to the highest quality information. The firm’s teams are strong, experienced and integrated. It has the ability to undertake projects throughout New Zealand using the best-suited lawyers with relevant knowledge and experience to solve client problems regardless of location.

Buddle Findlay’s clients include national and multinational corporations, private equity and venture capital funds, banks and financial institutions, state-owned enterprises, government departments, and local and other statutory authorities. Buddle Findlay also has strong links with law firms in Australia, the United Kingdom, United States of America and Asia.

Buddle Findlay maintains extremely close relationships with a number of overseas law firms. The majority of its partners and senior associates have spent time working in major firms in a number of jurisdictions, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. As a result of this experience, and its ongoing work with major foreign firms in cross-border deals, Buddle Findlay has established a reliable network of strong international affiliations.

Where international advice is required for its New Zealand clients, the breadth of its relationships mean that the firm can recommend appropriate advisers in terms of both expertise and cost, as Buddle Findlay is not bound to any single firm or formal alliance.

Department Name Email Telephone
Aviation Frank Porter
Banking and financial services Paul Farrugia
Competition and antitrust Tony Dellow
Competition and antitrust Susie Kilty
Construction and property Charlotte Von Dadelszen
Construction and property Daniel Kelleher
Corporate and commercial Simon Vodanovich
Employment and health and safety Peter Chemis
Employment and health and safety Sherridan Cook
Environment/resource management Paul Beverley
Health Alastair Hercus
Insurance Susan Rowe
Intellectual property John Glengarry
Litigation and dispute resolution Graeme Hall
Local government Jennifer Caldwell
Maori law Paul Beverley
Privacy and data protection Allan Yeoman
Public and administrative Tony Dellow
Restructuring and insolvency David Perry
Tax Neil Russ
Tax Tony Wilkinson
Technology, media and telecommunications Philip Wood
Photo Name Position Profile
Mr David Allen  photo Mr David Allen
Mr Scott Barker  photo Mr Scott Barker
Mr Paul Beverley  photo Mr Paul Beverley
Mr Seb Bisley  photo Mr Seb Bisley
Mr Peter Chemis  photo Mr Peter Chemis
Mr Tony Dellow  photo Mr Tony Dellow
Mr Alastair Hercus  photo Mr Alastair Hercus
Mr Simon Jensen  photo Mr Simon Jensen
Mrs Susie Kilty  photo Mrs Susie Kilty
Mr Hamish Kynaston  photo Mr Hamish Kynaston
Mr Steve Nightingale  photo Mr Steve Nightingale
Mr David Randal  photo Mr David Randal
Mrs Amy Ryburn  photo Mrs Amy Ryburn
Mr Stephen Whittington  photo Mr Stephen Whittington
Ms Charlotte von Dadelszen  photo Ms Charlotte von Dadelszen
Number of lawyers : 193
Institute of Financial Professionals New Zealand (INFINZ)
Banking and Financial Services Law Association (BFSLA)
Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)
Institute of Directors
International Trademark Association (INTA)
Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA)