Solicitor general and chief executive
- Appointed February 2016.
- Has worked in legal and policy development with the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, as Chief Legal Advisor at the Ministry of Fisheries, as Crown Counsel and Deputy Solicitor-General at Crown Law, and as Acting Director of the Government Communications Security Bureau for a year in 2015.
- Apppointed Queen’s Counsel June 2016.
- From 2011-2014, taught the public law module for the Master’s in Public Policy at Victoria University’s School of Government.
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