Nura practices commercial and civil litigation. She receives instructions in a wide range of areas, with a focus on contract, negligence, intellectual property, employment, human rights, privacy, media, trust, and relationship property matters.
Nura conducts litigation that is efficient and client-focused. She also provides advisory services, and will work with clients to resolve disputes outside of court where possible.
Nura has appeared before most of New Zealand’s courts and specialist tribunals. Her experience includes trial and appellate work.
2018 – present: Barrister, Shortland Chambers
2015 – 2018: Barrister, Quay Chambers
2012 – 2015: Junior Barrister, Shortland Chambers
2011: Recipient of the IPSANZ Prize
2009 – 2012: Solicitor, Kensington Swan
2007: Recipient of Sir John Salmond Scholarship
Nura is a member of the New Zealand Bar Association, Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand, and Auckland Women Lawyers’ Association. She is currently teaching Auckland University’s legal writing course for second year students at the Faculty of Law.
Nura volunteers at the Citizens Advice Bureau and is taking part in a pilot pro bono programme with the Auckland Community Law Centre.
LLM (distinction) (UCL)
Barrister sole: 2012