Attorney-General appoints judge to Auckland District Court

New appointment will be sworn in in August

Attorney-General appoints judge to Auckland District Court

Attorney-General David Parker has announced the appointment of David Clark as a judge of the District Court of Auckland. He will be sworn in on 16 August.

Clark is a partner at Wilson McKay, which he joined in 1989 as a solicitor when it was still known as Wilson Wright and Co. Prior to that, he served as a law clerk and solicitor at Hesketh Henry.

Clark specialises in civil and commercial litigation, handling contractual and property disputes, construction matters, insolvency regulatory compliance, and public law.

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He is also a leading commercial mediator with panel memberships with the Arbitrators & Mediators Institute of New Zealand Inc (AMINZ), Weathertight Homes Resolution Service (WHRS), the New Zealand Disputes Resolution Service, and the International Court of Arbitration – Sport.

His tribunal affiliations are Ngāti Maniapoto and Ngāti Hāua (Taumarunui).

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