Chapman Tripp appoints 21 new Senior Associates and three Special Counsel
Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce the appointment of 21 new Senior Associates, across all practices and offices of the firm, and three Special Counsel, effective today.
'Special Counsel' is a new role at Chapman Tripp, created for highly experienced, senior practitioners who excel in their chosen field.
The three Special Counsel are:
Alan Lester, Finance, Wellington – Alan's practice covers all aspects of banking, finance and debt securities work. He specialises in bank financing; capital markets debt raising; swaps and derivatives; and bank regulation. Nick Lough, Corporate & Commercial, Wellington – Nick focuses on mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions. He has particular expertise in business acquisitions and reorganisations; company, securities and securities markets laws; corporate governance; and complex contractual matters. Lyndsey Partridge, Private Client & Trusts, Auckland – Lyndsey specialises in trusts (both private and charitable), succession and asset planning. She has particular expertise in trust structuring, intergenerational change and personal property ownership for business families. "The Special Counsel designation recognises the specialised knowledge, expertise and experience of these practitioners. Special Counsel are, and will remain, a very select group of lawyers within our firm. We are pleased to congratulate Alan, Nick and Lyndsey on their achievement," says Chapman Tripp Managing Partner Andrew Poole.
Chapman Tripp's new Senior Associates are:
Jennifer Tunna and Tim Walker, Finance Rachel Dunne, Kelly McFadzien and Joshua Pringle, Corporate & Commercial James McMillan and Marie Wisker, Litigation & Dispute Resolution Luke Hinchey and Teresa Weeks...