The College of Law New Zealand has made a number of appointments of adjunct lecturers.
Anne Longdill has over 10 years Crown litigation experience with Meredith Connell and commenced practise as a barrister sole this year. She has represented Immigration New Zealand, Police, Department of Corrections, Department of Internal Affairs, Department of Conservation, and the Ministry for Primary Industries.
Amy Jardine has eight years of experience as a corporate and commercial lawyer, specialising in business transactional law and commercial contracting law. She has worked for Simpson Grierson in Auckland and Herbert Smith Freehills in Melbourne.
Belinda Moffat was the Director of Enforcement and Investigation with the Financial Markets Authority, and was previously Head of Dispute Resolution for Westpac New Zealand.
Mark Vickerman has been a barrister sole since 1987 specialising in family law and relationship property. Mark has been a faculty member for the New Zealand Law Society Litigation Skills Course since 2011.
Peter Jenkin QC specialises in taxation, trusts, construction and administrative law and was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1988.
Peter Ratner is a partner of Crengle Shreves & Ratner. He has extensive experience in commercial litigation and is a LEADR Accredited Panel Member.