The members congratulate former member Helen Winkelmann on her appointment as the new Chief Justice of New Zealand.
Shortland Chambers is pleased to announce that Bronwyn Carruthers has joined as a member. Prior to moving to the independent bar, Bronwyn was an Environmental, Planning and Natural Resources partner for 7 years at the highly respected Auckland firm Russell McVeagh.
Bronwyn practices in environmental, resource management and local government law. Bronwyn advises a wide range of clients including infrastructure providers, corporates, individuals and not for profit organisations. She not only assists with obtaining consents for projects, but also with plan making, judicial review, declarations, enforcement action and law reform.
We wish Bronwyn well in her career at the bar.
Shortland Chambers is committed to the on-going education of junior members of the legal profession. The following members of Chambers are members of the NZLS Litigation Skills faculty: David Cooper, Bob Hollyman, Stephen Hunter, Daniel McLellan QC, Nic Scampion and Daisy Williams. This year’s week long residential course will run from 19 August to 26 August at Lincoln University and will provide in-depth hands-on training in the skills needed for successful courtroom advocacy.