Veteran litigator establishes Plymouth Chambers

Barrister was previously national managing partner at Wynn Williams

Veteran litigator establishes Plymouth Chambers

Veteran litigator Jared Ormsby recently established Plymouth Chambers in Christchurch, after moving to the independent bar in November.

Ormsby acts on complex trust, public law, and civil litigation matters. Prior to establishing Plymouth Chambers, he worked at Wynn Williams for 15 years, from 2003 to 2018. Ormsby was executive chair and national managing partner at Wyn Williams between 2012 and 2018, and won Managing Partner of the Year at the 2017 NZ Law Awards.  He received his bachelor’s degree in law and commerce from the University of Canterbury in 2002.

Ormsby is convenor of the Canterbury-Westland Trusts Committee and a member of the New Zealand Law Society Culture Change Taskforce. He is also a contributing author to Equity and Trusts in New Zealand, second edition.

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