Whatever legal help is needed in any area, there is a Shortland Chambers barrister with the experience, ethics and expertise to act. All members share the core values of operating ethically, working professionally and keeping the best interests of clients to the fore. These shared values underpin the success and impeccable reputation of Shortland Chambers.
Jane Anderson QC
Andrew Barker QC
David Bigio QC
John Billington QC
Greg Blanchard QC
Dr David Cooper
Jenny Cooper QC
John Dixon QC
Clive Elliott QC
Alan Galbraith QC
Bruce Gray QC
Jack Hodder QC
Bob Hollyman QC
Stephen Hunter QC
Graham Kohler QC
Daniel McLellan QC
Stephen Mills QC
Adam Ross QC
Sorry, there are no matches.
Jane graduated with an LLB(Hons) from the University of Auckland. She was admitted to the bar in May 2017.
Before joining Chambers as a Junior, she worked for a tax barrister defending taxpayers in IRD disputes and for a boutique specialist corporate law firm, where she assisted in high-end mergers and acquisitions, regulatory investigations and corporate compliance matters. Jane is interested in all areas of litigation and dispute resolution, in particular criminal and regulatory law, tax disputes, administrative law and the law of trusts.
Jordan Grimmer graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts.
Before joining Shortland Chambers as a junior barrister, he worked for two years as a judges’ clerk at Auckland High Court. During that period, Jordan also provided assistance to the High Court of the Cook Islands. Jordan has a wide-ranging interest in civil and criminal litigation, and is particularly interested in trusts and administrative law. He currently tutors equity at the University of Auckland Law School.
Rayhan graduated from the University of Auckland with an LLB(Hons) and a Bachelor of Arts (in History and Politics). He was admitted to the bar in August 2017. Rayhan has appeared in the High Court on matters relating to contract and intellectual property law, and has provided advice on a range of issues including contract, consumer, privacy, and intellectual property law.
Prior to joining Shortland Chambers, Rayhan worked in the Litigation team at Russell McVeagh and was seconded to work as a Judges’ Clerk at the Auckland High Court. He has also tutored Jurisprudence at the University of Auckland. While at University, Rayhan spent two years leading the Equal Justice Project (a non-partisan pro bono charity).
Bridget completed her LLB(Hons) at the University of Auckland in 2017. She graduated first in her cohort, receiving a Dean’s Excellence Award, Senior Scholar Award and the Auckland District Law Society Prize.
Bridget was a Judges’ Clerk at the Court of Appeal for 2017-2018 and was admitted to the bar in September 2018. She is interested in all areas of litigation, with a particular interest in company and securities law, commercial regulation and torts.
George graduated with an LLB(Hons) from Victoria University of Wellington. He was admitted to the bar in August 2018.
Before joining Shortland Chambers as a junior, George worked for two years in the litigation department at Bell Gully. He has appeared in the High Court in judicial review, company law and insolvency proceedings. George also has experience and a broad interest in contract, trusts, competition, regulatory and intellectual property disputes.
Tiaan worked as a Judges’ Clerk at the Auckland High Court for two years prior to joining Shortland Chambers as a Junior Barrister. He has broad interests across civil and criminal litigation, and is particularly interested in equity and trusts, torts, and company and consumer law. He currently tutors torts at the University of Auckland.
Tiaan graduated from the University of Auckland with LLB(Hons) and BCom degrees in 2017. He received Senior Scholar Awards in both Law and Economics and a Dean’s Academic Excellence Award in Law, as well as several subject prizes.
While at University, Tiaan won the Stout Shield and other mooting competitions. He also represented New Zealand at the Philip C Jessup International Law Moot in Washington, DC, where the team received a prize for best applicant team in the world.
Jessica Storey graduated from the University of Auckland in May 2017 with an LLB(Hons) and a Bachelor of Arts in French and Politics and International Relations. She was admitted to the bar in May 2018.
Before joining Shortland Chambers, Jessica was a Judges’ Clerk at the High Court in Auckland and tutored Public Law at the University of Auckland. While studying she served on the governing board of the University of Auckland and reached the semi-finals of the World Universities Debating Championships.
Jessica has a broad interest in both civil and criminal litigation, with a particular interest in contract, company and administrative law.