Quigg Partners promotes partner

The senior lawyer has more than a decade of experience in employment law matters

Quigg Partners promotes partner

Quigg Partners has promoted Simon Martin to the partnership.

Martin joined Quigg Partners in 2007 after earning his law degree from the University of Otago. He was admitted to the bar in 2008 and has been with the firm since, except for two years working in New York with his wife, Alex.

Martin has more than a decade of experience in employment law matters. He is a trusted and valued member of the team, the firm said.

“Quigg Partners is excited about the change, which reflects the continued growth of the firm coming into its 20th year,” the firm said.

The employment-law focused boutique was founded in 2000 by partners and lawyers from a top-tier national firm. Martin joins Michael Quigg, David Quigg, and John Homer in the partnership.

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