Claro adds solicitor to its ranks

Lawyer has a keen interest in the “intersection between the legal and health sectors”

Claro adds solicitor to its ranks
Tim Morrison

Claro Law has bolstered its legal team with the addition of a new solicitor, according to a report from the New Zealand Law Society.

Tim Morrison joined the boutique firm after working as a junior barrister at Stout Street Chambers. It was during his stint with his previous firm that he had the opportunity to appear as junior counsel in the Court of Appeal, District Court, and the Waitangi Tribunal.

Morrison began his legal career in the litigation team at Russell McVeagh, where he developed an interest in the intersection between the legal and health sectors and was introduced to the unique issues that arise within the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) jurisdiction.

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Morrison graduated from the University of Canterbury in 2016 with a bachelor of laws and a bachelor of commerce (economics).

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