Succeed Legal makes two appointments

The firm welcomes a new principal and a new associate

Succeed Legal makes two appointments

Succeed Legal has welcomed two new lawyers.

Lloyd Davies has joined Wellington boutique as a principal, while Beth McCall has been named as an associate.

Davies comes to the firm from Contact Energy, where he was formerly senior legal counsel. Before his move in-house, he was with Simpson Grierson.

He specialises in commercial and property matters, including acquisitions and disposals, leasing, and subdivisions. He also advised on personal property matters.

McCall moves to the firm from Duncan Cotterill, where she was an associate. Prior to a stint at a private company in London, she was also with DLA Phillips Fox.

She is a specialist in property and private client matters, including residential and commercial property transactions, leasing, and subdivisions, relationship property, trusts, and estate and succession planning. She is also focused on not-for-profit law.

 

Lloyd Davies

 

Beth McCall

 

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