Lane Neave announces new Partner, Joshua Leckie
Lane Neave is pleased to announce the promotion of resource management and property expert, Joshua Leckie, to partnership.
Joshua’s promotion at Lane Neave brings the total number of partners to 23 nationally. Lane Neave has more than 130 staff across the firm’s Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown offices.
Managing Partner, Andrew Shaw, says Joshua has had a major impact on clients in the resource management and property practices, as well as making a positive contribution to the culture of the firm since joining Lane Neave.
“Joshua has a rare command of both resource management and commercial property implications for projects and transactions,” said Shaw.
“That makes him an invaluable asset to clients managing complex matters that span both disciplines.”
“He is well known and respected by clients and his peers and has built a reputation for having a fresh approach to practice, professionalism and being exceptionally client focused.”
“His well deserved promotion is recognition for not just high quality of work but also for his ability to provide expertise and innovation to meet our clients’ needs.”
Joshua is based in Lane Neave’s Queenstown office and will continue to work of out the firm’s Christchurch and Auckland offices to service national clients’.
Four Senior Solicitor Promotions at Lane Neave
Lane Neave is excited to announce the promotion of four of its talented team to the position of Senior Solicitor, all in the Christchurch office.
Rebecca Cook – Building and Construction
Sophie Reese – Resource Management
Sarah Copeland – Dispute Resolution
Winnie Chen – Immigration
“All four lawyers have developed a huge amount of expertise in their fields and they have all made a valuable contribution to the firm as a whole,” said Managing Partner, Andrew Shaw.
“Each promotion is well earnt and it is exciting to see such capable people progressing through their careers.”
“They are a tremendous resource to Lane Neave and our clients alike.”.
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