Family law litigation specialist firm welcomes legal ops manager

The new manager also practises as a senior associate with the firm

Family law litigation specialist firm welcomes legal ops manager
Annemarie Schenk

Christchurch-based family law litigation specialist firm Ebborn Law (Portia) has welcomed a new legal ops manager to its roster, the New Zealand Law Society reported.

Shonagh Burnhill previously worked with Oranga Tamariki as a lawyer. At Ebborn Law, she will double as a senior associate.

Her appointment took effect on 2 August.

The firm also expanded its team significantly in April. Mei-Chien Huang and Amy Campbell were named associates, while Nikita McVicar and Melanie Elliott became staff solicitors with the Ebborn Law litigation team in Christchurch.

Auckland firm elevates property and commercial law specialist to associate

Metro Law recently announced that Annemarie Schenk has been promoted to associate.

Schenk is of Ngāti Porou and Te Arawa, and handles private client concerns. She has tackled relationship property, conveyancing and complex property issues, as well as commercial law and trusts and estate matters.

She first joined the firm in 2017 in the midst of pursuing her degree.

The Auckland-based firm focuses on property, commercial law and trusts matters. The firm has a seven-strong team of staff, including a papillon named Duke.

Annemarie Schenk

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