McMillan&Co adds two consultants

The new consultants focus on private-client and immigration matters

McMillan&Co adds two consultants

McMillan&Co has added two new consultants.

Neville Martin and Kyla Mullen have joined the Dunedin-based firm, the New Zealand Law Society reported.

Martin, who has joined the firm’s private-client team, focuses on personal property, trusts, wills, and powers of attorney. He made the move after 30 years leading Otago firm McKinnon Aitken Martin.

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Mullen, who will be working across all practices of McMillan&Co, joined the firm from the University of Otago Law Faculty, where she was most recently a teaching fellow. She has a focus on immigration, employment, and relationship property matters.

The new McMillan&Co was launched less than a year ago.

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