Chapman Tripp Appoints New Solicitors – NZ Legal Announcement

LAWFUEL – The NZ Legal Jobswire – Chapman Tripp has promoted four new senior solicitors and one senior legal advisor.

Managing Partner, Andrew Poole, says that the promotions are a significant acknowledgement by the firm of the individuals’ competence in their areas of expertise and their ability to achieve results for clients.

“Senior solicitors must demonstrate superior legal skills and sound commercial judgement.”

The new senior solicitors are:

Cathryn Barber, Senior Solicitor – Banking and finance
Cathryn specialises in banking and finance law with a particular interest in property financing. She advises both borrowers and lenders, including some major banks, on various aspects of banking and financing transactions.

Georgina Hamilton, Senior Solicitor – Environment and resource management
Georgina specialises in resource management and environmental law. She advises on district and regional planning, consenting and compliance issues, major infrastructure projects and environmental due diligence.
Cameron Law, Senior Solicitor Environment and resource management
Cameron specialises in resource management law. He advises on resource management issues including legislative amendments, designations, plan changes, resource consents and environmental compliance.
James McMillan, Senior Solicitor – Dispute resolution
James specialises in commercial dispute resolution with a particular interest in insolvency and recovery work. He regularly appears in the District and High Courts and represents clients in both formal and informal negotiations.

Barclay Rogers, Senior Legal Advisor – Environment and resource management

Barclay specialises in resource management and environmental law. He advises on climate change, agricultural regulation, property and infrastructure development, waste management, and environmental due diligence.

For more information, contact:
Caroline Eddy, Communications Advisor, Chapman Tripp
+64 9 357 9622 / [email protected]

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