Holland Beckett promotes two to their partnership
Holland Beckett Law today promotes to partnership two of its associates, Jeremy Sparrow and Tim Conder, effective from April 1st.
David Fraundorfer, Partner at Holland Beckett Law said “While many provincial law firms are struggling with succession planning we are proud to say that our recruitment strategies of the past 10 years have produced the next generation of Holland Beckett Law leaders. They are true experts in their respective specialities, and we are thrilled to announce their promotion to partnership.”
Jeremy Sparrow, Partner
Jeremy joined Holland Beckett as a graduate in January 2012, and has become the first law clerk to Partner of Holland Beckett Law. He started in the wider litigation department, where he acted on some of the firm’s major cases. Jeremy then spent two years working as a lawyer in London. Upon his return to the Bay of Plenty, Jeremy has developed into a specialist employment lawyer.
Tim Conder, Partner
Tim joined Holland Beckett in January 2016 after two years as a Judges’ Clerk in the Auckland High Court. He has been heavily involved in advising clients about regulatory compliance and engaging with central and local government. He has also driven the creation of a specialist public and local government team within the firm.
Tim’s work has included assisting insurers and private clients defending regulatory charges in a range of settings (such as environmental offending, export offences and health and safety matters), as well as working for Council prosecutors and acting as an amicus curiae to assist the Court. He has also appeared in the Court of Appeal on diverse issues.