A note from Anna
I’m pleased to bring you my first Alumni Update as Chair. I’ve already received some great correspondence from our alumni so I know you enjoy receiving these updates.
The reunion story in this issue is one I recently received. It is a fantastic example of our alumni managing to keep in contact through the years and across the world and also achieving great things.
We’re also very proud of former partner and keen yachtsman
Hamish Ross who was in contact to let us know he has completed his PhD on the America’s Cup founded on his personal experience working with two Cup-winning teams.
Florence van Dyke - multi-sportswoman and founder, with her sister, of health beverages Chia and Awaka - is a difficult woman to keep up with but we tracked her down in her hometown of Nelson.
We're sad to farewell tax partner
Jarrod Walker who took up an exciting opportunity in Chapman Tripp’s private client team at the end of June. We wish him all the best.
As part of the legal community, you may be aware that Dame Margaret Bazley recently published her Independent Review. That review contained a number of recommendations that we are reviewing in the context of Bell Gully and we are challenging ourselves as to what we can learn and do better.
Finally, we’ve just released our ninth Pro Bono and Community Report. We’re incredibly proud to partner with these hard working charities. You can read
A Helping Handhere.
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