HPX Group's Source opens doors in New Zealand

The firm will offer in-house style professional services in the legal sphere

HPX Group's Source opens doors in New Zealand

HPX Group-owned professional services firm Source has opened its doors in New Zealand.

This represents the second global expansion effort by HPX, which also launched Hamilton Locke New Zealand in January. Source offers in-house style professional services in the legal space, as well as the workplace, governance, risk and compliance spheres.

In New Zealand, the firm will also provide employment law services. Principal Amy Kingston-Turner and senior legal counsel Erin Mogford will be part of the new team.

Both Kingston-Turner and Mogford are experts in privacy and data protection, technology law, IP law, licensing and strategy setting, commercial property law and general commercial law. Kingston-Turner ran a law firm that offered in-house style legal services, while

“The expansion of Source into New Zealand with like-minded colleagues Amy and Erin joining our team is a tremendously exciting step in our growth journey, allowing us to provide our unique offering to clients across New Zealand and expand on our existing offering in Australia”, Source CEO Hal Lloyd said.

Source New Zealand officially launched on 1 May. The firm offers its services on an outsourced basis, either by becoming a company’s in-house team or adding expertise to an existing in-house team.

"Source Legal New Zealand is operated by Hamilton Locke (NZ) Limited trading as Source (Source NZ). Source NZ has entered into a licensing arrangement with HPX Group which provides Source NZ with the exclusive use of the “Source” brand in New Zealand,” HPX Group said.

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