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Lane Neave Makes Wellington Move

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Lane Neave Makes Wellington Move 5

Strong growth in its Wellington client base has resulted in Lane Neave moving to new offices in the city over the weekend.

The firm has doubled its physical footprint in the move, from level 9 of the AMI Building in Lambton Quay to level 4 of the same building.

Lane Neave Managing Partner, Andrew Shaw, said the office move marked a new step forward for Lane Neave and recognised growth as a national firm.

“We are excited to grow into larger premises in Wellington,” said Shaw.

“Our Wellington office is a real success story for our firm, and exemplifies why Lane Neave is regarded as a truly national law firm.”

“The move comes off the back of two years solid growth in the region, and will enhance our connection with the large number of All of Government Agencies, with Lane Neave being one of the panel members.”

The Wellington office operates as one of four national offices for Lane Neave, with other offices in Auckland, Christchurch and Queenstown.

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About Lane Neave

Founded in the 1860’s, Lane Neave is one of the largest and most highly regarded law firms in New Zealand.  Lane Neave specialises in specific areas of the law, and many lawyers have become recognised experts in their chosen fields. All practice areas adopt a team approach and draw on the relevant expertise across the firm to provide well considered and sound advice to our clients.  The firm has a true national presence with over 25 partners and 145 staff located across our offices in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.

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