Copeland Ashcroft associate completes tree change

The firm continues to support staff with flexible working opportunities

Copeland Ashcroft associate completes tree change

Copeland Ashcroft Law associate Carla Pallant-Drake has completed a tree change, making the move from the Dunedin to the Tauranga office of the firm.

The move comes as the firm continues to support staff with flexible working opportunities and focus on attracting and retaining talent across its network. Pallant-Dake will continue to service clients in all their employment and health and safety law matters, the firm said.

“Carla has been a dedicated and talented member of our Dunedin team and we’re very excited that we were able to provide an opportunity for further growth here in the Bay of Plenty,” said Kate Ashcroft, principal of Copeland Ashcroft Law.

Pallant-Drake shared her excitement to continue to grow with the firm’s team in Tauranga.

“Kate and the entire Copeland Ashcroft team continue to support the growth of our teams across the country, and I look forward to the new challenge,” she said.

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