Wynn Williams appoints two associates

New hires boost the firm’s teams in Christchurch and Auckland

Wynn Williams appoints two associates

Wynn Williams has welcomes two new associates.

Kate Bradley and Katherine Binsted have joined the firm’s Christchurch and Auckland offices, respectively.

Bradley specialises in family law. She has a focus on relationship property, trusts, and estate disputes. She supports partner Andrew Watkins in the firm’s dispute resolution team.

She made the move from Buddle Findlay, where she was most recently a senior solicitor. She also has international experience, working in London at Mishcon de Reya.

Binsted has broad experience in property and commercial law. She made the move from Morrison Mallett, where she was previously a senior solicitor. She was also previously with Brown Partners, Addleshaw Goddard, and Ashurst.

In July, Wynn Williams boosted its partnership with the appointment of a corporate and commercial expert. It also recently added a new solicitor to its private client services team.

The national firm recently confirmed its role in an AUS$1.72bn cross-border acquisition.

Kate Bradley and Katherine Binsted

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