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New appointments at Te Tai Ōhanga – The Treasury

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Anthea Williams

Anthea Williams – Treasury Solicitor | Tumu Whakarae ā-Ture
Anthea was appointed last year after undertaking senior legal roles across government, including as the Chief Legal Adviser at another agency. She was also previously a Crown Counsel at Crown Law where she specialised in civil litigation. Anthea chairs the Chief Legal Adviser Forum and is a member of the Government Legal Network Governance Board. She has published internationally and nationally on public law topics, including on ethics for Crown lawyers.

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Yi Nicholl

Yi Nicholl – Tumu Rōia Tuarua | Deputy Treasury Solicitor & Kaiwhakahaere Rōia | Manager
Yi was appointed to the Treasury last year. Yi has a broad range of experience across commercial, regulatory and public law from both the public and private sector. Prior to joining the Treasury, she was Associate General Counsel at the DAS Group of Companies, based in London.

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Stacey Lulham

Stacey Lulham – Poutoko Ture Mātāmua | Senior Solicitor
Stacey has a broad range of experience across corporate, commercial and banking law. She has joined The Treasury from Bell Gully, where she was a Senior Associate in the Corporate department.

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Lee Belk

Lee Belk – Poutoko Ture Motuhake | Special Counsel
Kua hoki mai a Lee Belk (Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Whātua, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Tainui, Te Atiawa), he rōia Karauna o mua, ki Te Ao Ture, ki Te Tai Ōhanga hei Poutoko Ture Motuhake i muri mai i tana punua whakamātau i te mahi whakamahere me te tuhi kaupapa here ki Te Toi me Te Pae Huarewa o Te Manatū Taonga. Former Crown Prosecutor, Lee Belk, has returned to the legal profession as Special Counsel to The Treasury after some time in strategy and policy at the Ministry for Culture & Heritage. Lee worked in the Office of the Chief Executive and acted as Deputy Chief Executive Māori.