Two lawyers of national firm Anderson Lloyd have been appointed to panels by Attorney General and Minister for the Environment, David Parker. The panels have been established to address reforms and proposed reforms to varying aspects of environment law.
Maree Baker-Galloway has been appointed to the Independent Advisory Panel for freshwater proposals. Maree is a partner at Anderson Lloyd, specialising in environmental and planning law, specifically the Resource Management Act. Chaired by retired Principal Environment Court Judge David Sheppard, the panel will review and provide advice on freshwater proposals made to the Ministry for the Environment.
Rachel Brooking has been appointed to the Resource Management Review Panel. A Senior Associate at Anderson Lloyd, Rachel specialises in environmental and local government legislation.
The panel will make recommendations on reforming the Resource Management Act 1991. Hon Tony Randerson QC was announced Chair in July.