Lane Neave has announced the promotion of a number of its lawyers.
Anna Ryan has become a member of the firm’s partnership.
Anna leads Lane Neave’s competition and consumer law and intellectual property practices.
Admitted as a barrister and solicitor in September 2007, after graduating BA, LLB(Hons) from the University of Canterbury, she recently completed a Masters degree with first class honours from the University of Melbourne in Competition and Consumer Law.
Anna sits on the Advisory Board of the Competition Law and Policy Institute of New Zealand.
Nicky Robertson has been promoted to senior associate in the immigration team.
She is a specialist immigration lawyer with expertise in assisting private and corporate clients with all types of immigration law queries.
Nicky holds an LLB from Victoria University of Wellington and was admitted in July 2007.
Daniel Kruger has been promoted to senior associate in the Auckland immigration team.
Daniel specialises in immigration law and provides broad ranging advice to corporate clients, individuals and families.
He holds LLB and LLM degrees from North-West University, South Africa and was admitted in New Zealand in December 2014.
Hannah Martin has been promoted to associate in the employment team.
Hannah has experience advising on a variety of employment law related issues, and also practises media and defamation law and privacy law.
She graduated with BCom and LLB(Hons) degrees from the University of Canterbury and was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in June 2012.
Jacob Nutt has been promoted to senior solicitor in the corporate team.
He specialises in banking and finance and assists both lenders and borrowers with transactional banking and finance. Jacob also has experience in corporate and commercial law.
He holds an LLB from the University of Canterbury and was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in October 2015.
Giana Fyfe has been promoted to senior solicitor in the Lifelaw team, where she assists in a range of work including conveyancing, trust formation, trust administration, wills and enduring powers of attorney.
She holds BCom and LLB degrees from the University of Canterbury and was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in November 2015.
Lavinia Shanks has been promoted to senior solicitor in the immigration team.
She is a specialist immigration lawyer who assists both private and corporate immigration clients, and is particularly involved with the firm’s corporate immigration practice.
Lavinia graduated BA, LLB from Victoria University of Wellington and was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in December 2014.