Lane Neave welcomes two new partners

Managing partner welcomes new additions to the firm’s partnership

Lane Neave welcomes two new partners

National law firm Lane Neave has announced the appointment of Chris Anderson and Daniel Kruger to its partnership.

Anderson brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to the firm’s lifelaw team. Since joining Lane Neave in 2009 as a law clerk, he has developed a wide breadth of experience, especially in the areas of property law, trusts and succession planning.

Chris Anderson

Meanwhile, Kruger has worked in the Auckland office since its inception in 2015. He has been instrumental in the growth of the Auckland office and has played a big part in the overall growth of the firm’s immigration service offering in the upper North Island.

Daniel Kruger

“We have a strong focus on attracting and growing the most talented people to ensure our clients’ get the best advice to help them solve problems and realise opportunities – these promotions highlight the success of that strategy,” said Andrew Shaw, managing partner at Lane Neave.

“We know both Chris and Daniel will bring a new dimension to the partnership that will help us strengthen our position as one of New Zealand’s leading law firms by delivering an enhanced service to our clients.”

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