Director of human rights proceedings
- Appointed March 2019.
- Practised extensively in civil and commercial litigation.
- Since 2006 has worked on international human rights law with the UN and NGOs, as well as teaching at universities in Australia and Canada.
- Admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of NZ in 2000.
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