Duncan Cotterill opens in Queenstown

Victoria Young
Tue, 06 Apr 2021

Victoria Young
Tue, 06 Apr 2021
National law firm Duncan Cotterill has opened a three partner office in Queenstown through the acquisition of Mackersy Legal and the lateral hire of partner Alastair Holland from Berry & Co.The move will see Mackersy Legal’s 12 staff including Louise McNaughton open shop in the Five Mile Precinct in Frankton.McNaughton joins as a partner and long time Duncan Cotterill partner Richard Smith will relocate from the firm’s Christchurch office.Mackersy Legal was part of property syndication firm Mackersy Property until it spun off la...

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