Bell Gully bolsters team with 12 new senior appointments

Michael Andrew
Thu, 20 Jan 2022

Four of the new appointments to Belly Gully's corporate team. (Photo: supplied)
Four of the new appointments to Belly Gully's corporate team. (Photo: supplied)
Michael Andrew
Thu, 20 Jan 2022
Big three law firm Bell Gully has kicked off the year bullishly with 12 new senior appointments: two partners, two special counsel, and nine senior associates.The new partners are corporate lawyer Chris Hodges and litigation lawyer Brad Ward – both based in the Auckland office.A mergers and acquisitions and capital markets specialist, Hodges advised on a number of the firm’s most recent major deals including Nasdaq-listed Bentley System's US$1.05 billion (NZ$1.54b) acquisition of Christchurch 3D geological software firm Seequent...

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