Kindrik Partners appoints new director

New director is a “great all-rounder who helps tech companies in all aspects of their business”

Kindrik Partners appoints new director

Tech-specialist firm Kindrik Partners has appointed Fiona MacKinnon as director, with immediate effect.

In a statement, Kindrik Partners said that the appointment “reflects the seniority, reputation, and skills that Fiona has acquired over the past 10 years of practice.”

Fiona joined Kindrik Partners after returning to New Zealand after five years in Japan, including two years working as a paralegal in the Tokyo office of a multinational law firm. According to the firm, she is an “expert contract drafter, with outstanding attention to detail, and finds solutions to the commercial issues companies face.”

“In short, Fiona is a great all-rounder who helps tech companies in all aspects of their business,” said the firm.

“Fiona started her legal career with us over 10 years ago,” said Victoria Stewart, chief executive of Kindrik Partners. “During this time, she has continually exceeded client expectations and has shown a strong commitment to providing focussed and practical legal advice. Fiona’s appointment is well-deserved.  She is a dedicated and supportive colleague, and we look forward to working with her, and watching her develop, in the coming years.”

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