We provide help and support to people across the country, facing a range of legal challenges. Legal matters – sudden or expected – can shake foundations and create stressful situations. Our expertise is centred on resolving problems because we care about the people involved.
With a career spanning 30 years – in community law, the Human Rights Commission, the Union movement and as a mediator, before moving into private practice – David’s path has always focused on dealing with people in conflict, rather than dealing with the law for law’s sake.
His touchstone is working for individuals to resolve matters the best and most practical way for them, without increasing the conflict or stress in their lives. David values the advantages that come with working in a smaller, specialised practice and his personal approach ensures a resounding measure of quality and advocacy. Having represented large organisations, smaller businesses and individuals, his priority stands firm across all legal problem solving – best outcomes for people.
An extensive background in public service built the foundations for Keziah’s venture into law. Working in the public library sector she specialised in information management and was instrumental in the delivery of several large-scale projects, becoming known for her ability to achieve excellent outcomes while keeping down costs.
Keziah is passionate about helping people navigate legal process to achieve the best possible outcome. She is adept at solving complex and sometimes messy situations, and has particular expertise in employer compliance issues, employment agreements, restructurings and complex financial claims.
Having started her legal career in a Community Law Centre where she witnessed first-hand the impact workplace problems have on people’s physical, mental and emotional health, Sarah is a passionate advocate for her clients.
Her community law journey inspired her to incorporate Tikanga Māori into her work, and she delivers advice, knowledge and understanding to resolve problems, rebuild mana (honour and respect), and provide whakaora (restoration and healing) for others. Sarah’s areas of focus include assisting employees who are going through performance or disciplinary processes, and representing our Legal Aid clients.
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No one should have to face legal challenges alone. We provide top level expertise with realistic fees because we’re for people – not just for pocket. Reach out to our team . . .