Wellington Crown solicitors Luke Cunningham Clere has appointed three lawyers to Senior Associate.
Catherine Gisler has BA and LLB degrees from Victoria University of Wellington.
She was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in 2010 and worked as a Crown prosecutor in Whangarei, a Police Prosecutor and a Judges' Research Counsel before joining Luke Cunningham Clere.
Catherine is a Crown prosecutor who conducts criminal prosecutions in both the District and High Courts on behalf of the Crown and various government departments. Her practice also includes regulatory enforcement and professional disciplinary work.
Andrew Britton has BA and LLB(Hons) degrees from Auckland University, a MPhil from Cambridge University and a MSc from Oxford University.
He was admitted to the bar in 2009 and began his career at a commercial law firm in Auckland before moving to New Plymouth to work as a Crown Prosecutor. He joined Luke Cunningham Clere at the start of 2017.
Andrew is experienced in criminal prosecution, regulatory enforcement and civil litigation and acts for a range of mainly public sector clients. He regularly appears in the District and High Courts.
Adèle Garrick has BA and LLB(Hons) degrees from Victoria University of Wellington and was admitted in 2014.
Before joining Luke Cunningham Clere she was a Judge's Clerk in the Supreme Court.
Alongside her role as a Crown prosecutor, Adèle has particular experience in professional disciplinary work including prosecutions, appeals and advisory work. She is also involved in a variety of regulatory prosecutions, and civil proceedings for both public and private sector clients.