Eldon Chambers welcomes three new members
Paul David QC, Sarah Wroe and Associate Member Fiona McGeorge welcome three new members to Eldon Chambers.
Trevor Shiels QC
Trevor Shiels QC of Ten George Chambers, Dunedin has now also joined Eldon Chambers in Auckland as an Associate Member.
Trevor has been at the bar for nearly thirty years after some time as a partner in a general practice firm.
Trevor’s practice covers a full range of civil dispute resolution with particular involvement in conveyancing and real property issues, trusts and estates, and higher value relationship property. He is also a Fellow of AMINZ and a member of its Arbitration Panel, as well as being an accredited RMA Commissioner (with Chair endorsement). He is very experienced in assisting parties at mediation. Trevor is available nationwide.
Jason is an experienced civil and commercial litigator and former Crown prosecutor. His practice areas include insurance, professional and general liability claims, leaky building litigation, commercial property and construction disputes, commercial regulatory prosecution, and ADR.
Tom is employed as a barrister by Paul David QC and Sarah Wroe.
Tom is a former professional athlete (and was Olympic champion in windsurfing in 2008). After retiring from sport, Tom graduated LLB(Hons) at Auckland and started his law career at a large Auckland firm. He left that firm in 2016 to pursue further opportunities in sport as Head Coach of the Chinese national windsurfing program and, most recently, CEO of Canoe Racing New Zealand. Tom joins Eldon Chambers as an employed barrister working with Paul David QC and Sarah Wroe. He will remain at Canoe Racing NZ as CE during his transition back into the legal profession.