The Chief Legal Adviser at the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Nerissa Barber has been re-elected President of the New Zealand Law Society's Wellington branch.
Ms Barber began her fourth term as the Wellington branch President at the branch's annual meeting on 24 June.
Ms Barber was first elected the branch's President in 2010 and served in that role for two terms until June 2012. In April 2012 Ms Barber was appointed as one of the Law Society's four Vice-Presidents and served a two-year term on the Law Society's Board. In 2014 she was elected for her third term as Wellington branch President.