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Salmon, Mansfield and O’Gorman made QCs

BusinessDesk staff
Thu, 24 Jun 2021

Criminal barrister Ron Mansfield, who acts for internet mogul Kim Dotcom, has made the cut. (Image: Getty)
BusinessDesk staff
Thu, 24 Jun 2021
Attorney general David Parker has announced ten new Queen’s Counsel.The list includes six men and four women. Six appointees are from Auckland, three from Wellington and one from Christchurch. Earlier this week Parker told BusinessDesk: “Those involved in the appointment process are well aware of the need to ensure that Queen’s Counsel appointments appropriately reflect diversity in the legal profession, and in New Zealand more generally.”Notable commercial barristers include Mike Colson, Victoria Heine, Fletcher Pi...

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