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Profile: Nerys Udy, Judge's Clerk at the Supreme Court of New Zealand

Profile: Nerys Udy, Judge's Clerk at the Supreme Court of New Zealand

Judge’s Clerk and recent graduate Nerys Udy of Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Māmoe, Waitaha has written about her passion for Te Reo Māori and the relationship between the law and Te Reo Māori in our upcoming LawTalk. This is a shortened version of her full article.
Profile: Louise Brown – Duty Lawyer Supervisor, Porirua District Court

Profile: Louise Brown – Duty Lawyer Supervisor, Porirua District Court

Louise Brown is the Duty Lawyer Supervisor at Porirua District Court and has been instrumental in the development and evolution of the Young Adult List Court pilot.
Profile: Mark Williams – Public Defender, Manukau

Profile: Mark Williams – Public Defender, Manukau

With a passion for criminal law Mark Williams has crossed the court room floor more times than most, working as both a prosecutor and defence lawyer in four commonwealth jurisdictions. Now he’s bringing his knowledge, skills and experience from both areas into his new role heading up the largest Public…
Cassandra Kenworthy – forging a path as a junior barrister

Cassandra Kenworthy – forging a path as a junior barrister

How did you get into the law?I had been studying Science at the University of Otago and realised I wouldn’t really be able to do science the way I wanted to. As an interest paper while I was finishing off my minor in microbiology I took the first year legal…
Mickayla Strode-Penny - Aspiring Lawyer

Mickayla Strode-Penny - Aspiring Lawyer

LawFest organiser Andrew King continues a series of interviews with key legal professionals with their innovation and technology stories. Tell us about yourself? I am 22-year-old, third year law student at the University of Canterbury and I teach children how to swim as my part time job. I grew up in…
Yearning for a normal life with ordinary problems: immigration law for mosque attack victims

Yearning for a normal life with ordinary problems: immigration law for mosque attack victims

When asked to describe a professional highlight, Christchurch lawyer and immigration specialist Adele Mitchell says that her work with Christchurch mosque attack victims is something that she will look back on with pride. Earlier this year she received a letter from the Minister of Immigration thanking her for her work…
Aimee Bryant, positively impacting law reform

Aimee Bryant, positively impacting law reform

Aimee Bryant, Manager Law Reform and Advocacy at the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa tells us about her role and the work of the Society’s Law Reform committees.
Ken Lord talks about being a Notary Public

Ken Lord talks about being a Notary Public

Ken Lord tells us about himself and his experience being a Notary Public to help raise awareness of the shortage of notaries in New Zealand, particularly in rural areas. To encourage others to become Notaries Public, Ken shares some insights.
Murali Baddula: Innovation Lead at Law In Order

Murali Baddula: Innovation Lead at Law In Order

LawFest organiser Andrew King continues a series of interviews with key legal professionals with their innovation and technology stories.
How I practise – Rachel Triplow    

How I practise – Rachel Triplow    

Founder of aRc Legal, based in Christchurch, Rachel Triplow shares her journey on practising IP law and deconstructing her services to make accessing IP law easier for small New Zealand businesses.
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