Law & Regulation

Meredith Connell stems partner exits with new appointments

Jem Traylen
Tue, 27 Jul 2021

Meredith Connell stems partner exits with new appointments
Fiona Culliney is one of three partners appointed from the firm's Crown specialist group. (Image: Meredith Connell)
Jem Traylen
Tue, 27 Jul 2021
Litigation firm Meredith Connell is moving to replace the five partners it has lost since late last year.On Monday, Meredith Connell announced five senior lawyers have been invited to join its partnership: Fiona Culliney, Sam McMullan and Henry Steele from its Crown specialist group; Stephanie Earl, a public law and regulatory litigator; and Susannah Shaw, a civil litigator.This will restore partner numbers to the 34 it had prior to the recent departures.The appointments are subject to meeting the usual NZ Law Society training requirements for...

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