Details of ceremonies for new QCs revealed

Eight new QCs were appointed in December after a selection process that included a new standard

Details of ceremonies for new QCs revealed

Details about the ceremonies to call to the inner bar the newly appointed Queen’s Counsel have been released.

Eight new QCs were appointed in December after a selection process that included a new standard.

According to the New Zealand Law Society, details about their ceremonies are as follows:

  • Len Anderson
    Dunedin No 1 High Court
    4pm, Thursday, 13 February 2020
     
  • Nicolette Levy and Karen Feint
    Wellington Old High Court, No 1 Ceremonial High Court
    4pm, Wednesday, 19 February 2020
     
  • Janet McLean, Simon Foote, Julie-Anne Kincaide and Stephen Hunter
    Auckland No 1 High Court
    4pm, Monday, 9 March 2020
     
  • Jonathan Temm
    Rotorua High Court
    4pm, Friday, 3 April 2020

The Law Society said that full ceremonial dress, meaning a wig and a gown, is preferred for the ceremonies. It also advised that attendees are requested to arrive 15 minutes early to be seated in time for the start of the ceremonies.

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