Senior lawyer takes top job at trans-Tasman dispute resolution organisation

The senior lawyer leads the government and regulatory team at a top firm

Senior lawyer takes top job at trans-Tasman dispute resolution organisation

A senior lawyer from New Zealand has been appointed to a top job at the largest membership organisation of mediators and dispute resolution professionals in the Southern Hemisphere.

Hayden Wilson has been named vice-chair of Resolution Institute, the trans-Tasman organisation of more than 4,000 mediators, arbitrators, adjudicators, restorative justice practitioners, and other dispute resolution professionals.

Wilson is currently a partner at Kensington Swan, where he leads the firm’s government and regulatory group. He is a leading litigator and mediator, who specialises in commercial and public law.

He said his appointment shows the organisation’s commitment to the country.

“It is significant for New Zealand members that a New Zealander is vice-chair of Resolution Institute and demonstrates Resolution Institute’s commitment to dispute resolution in New Zealand,” Wilson said.

 

Hayden Wilson

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