Juno Legal adds corporate and commercial lawyer in Christchurch

New appointment has extensive experience in all aspects of business law

Juno Legal adds corporate and commercial lawyer in Christchurch

Juno Legal has added corporate and commercial lawyer Amanda Strong to its team in Christchurch, according to the New Zealand Law Society.

"We are very pleased to welcome Amanda Strong into our growing Christchurch team to support our local and national clients. She has an extremely broad business background as a law firm partner, chief lawyer and senior executive and brings her extensive talents to support Juno clients," director Helen Mackay said. "Amanda is described by her former clients as a real star with a deep understanding of business and someone who is invaluable to a CEO and senior leadership."

Strong has extensive experience in all aspects of business law gained in both private practice and in-house roles, with particular expertise in infrastructure, construction, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, commercial contracts, ICT, and commercial property across a variety of sectors.

Additionally, she has negotiated significant infrastructure, supply, services, operational and technology development contracts and have led complex mergers, acquisitions, and investment transactions throughout her career.

Strong began her career at Chapman Tripp, and has had stints the Canterbury District Health board, Enable Networks, and with Simpson Grierson. She joins Juno from Tavendale and Partners and holds an LLB (Hons) and BCom from University of Canterbury.

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