Jenny Turner, Wynn Williams

Jenny Turner, Wynn Williams
Rising Stars 2021

 Jenny Turner

Partner, Wynn Williams
Level 5, Wynn Williams House, 47 Hereford Street, Christchurch 8013, New Zealand or PO Box 4341, DX WX11179, Christchurch 8140
[email protected]
+64 3 379 7622

A partner at Wynn Williams, Jenny Turner is an integral part of the firm’s large private client and property team. Turner has been with Wynn Williams since 2015, starting out as a solicitor before rapidly rising through the ranks. By March 2018, she was a senior associate at the firm; she was promoted to partner in September 2020.

A capable lawyer with a fantastic client service ethic, Turner has been managing her own clients and files for a number of years. She was seconded to one of New Zealand’s largest regional councils to assist with property and other general legal advice needs, and she was also part of a significant project involving a regional council and the local rūnanga, overseeing the negotiation with landowners. Thorough and efficient in her legal work, Turner works hard to ensure she is delivering the best service to her clients. She enjoys interacting with her clients, providing them with sound legal advice in a straightforward manner and language they understand. She has also helped develop the firm’s approach to innovation with the creation of an online will and EPA service for clients who want to draft their own documents.

Prior to joining Wynn Williams, Turner was a solicitor at a provincial firm in Marlborough. While there, she began developing her expertise in commercial transactions, residential convey­ancing, company incorporation and formation, estate planning, family trust work, and financing transactions.

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