Chapman Tripp have made a lateral recruitment for their Christchurch office, appointing former Taylor Shaw commercial and property partner Ingrid Taylor as partner. Taylor Shaw is a boutique law firm and Ingrid Taylor has a strong background in trust and property law, representing 150 trusts.
Chapman Tripp’s Christchurch office has six partners following her move.
The press statement about the appointment is below –
Ingrid is an experienced and successful property practitioner, and previously led Christchurch firm, Taylor Shaw.
She advises on the full spectrum of property and real estate work and has advised national and local businesses across a broad range of sectors in relation to commercial property transactions, property restructures and strategic property matters.
Ingrid has extensive governance experience which includes Canterbury District Health Board, the University of Canterbury’s Digital Screen Campus Establishment Board, the Youth Hub Trust Board and Manchester Unity. She is also a trustee of the St Margaret’s College Foundation.
Chapman Trip Chief Executive Partner, Pip England, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Ingrid to the firm. Ingrid brings a wealth of knowledge and experience related to property law and is well respected in the Christchurch market.”
Chapman Tripp is well known for advising on some of the largest and most complex real estate projects in New Zealand history. Backed by a full-service law firm, the property team advises across the full spectrum of property and real estate work.