Wellington-based family and property firm Rachael Dewar Law has two recent appointments and one promotion.
Amy Gulbransen has been promoted to Associate. Joining the firm in July 2018, Amy works in all areas of family law with a particular interest in relationship property, care of children and domestic violence matters.
Amy graduated from the University of Canterbury in 2010, and was admitted at the High Court in May 2013 after working and travelling overseas.
Sarah McGovern joined Rachael Dewar Law in January 2019, practising across all family law areas with a special interest in advocacy and Oranga Tamariki proceedings.
Sarah graduated with an LLB from Kings Inns, Dublin, practising in Ireland before being admitted at the High Court in Nelson in June 2010. Sarah was recently appointed to the Lawyer for Child list and is available for Agency court appearances.
Ruby Hey has joined Rachael Dewar Law. She was admitted at the High Court in June 2019 after graduating with a LLB and BA in international Relations and Political Science from Victoria University.
Ruby volunteers at the Wellington Community Law Centre and is undertaking a wide range of family law work, including relationship property, child law and family violence.