A list of Panel lawyers in the Christchurch region.
You will have to apply for legal assistance, and meet the eligibility criteria, for one of these lawyers to be appointed.
Unit 12, 71 Gloucester Street, Christchurch
Client car parking on site.
I have been the Litigation Partner at Papprills Lawyers, Christchurch for the past 30 years.
Level 1, 148 Victoria Street, Christchurch
(03) 260 3109
I was admitted to the bar in 1997. Before returning to Christchurch and joining the independent bar I was litigation partner at a leading South Island provincial law firm.
Te Pohue Chambers, 164 St Asaph Street, Christchurch
(03) 595 1883
I am a Barrister practicing in Christchurch, predominately in the area of family law. I have experience working with victims of family violence including being appointed to a Court specialist domestic violence panel and presenting seminars on this topic.
Riverlands Chambers, Level 5, 88 Division Street, Riccarton, Christchurch
(021) 804 181
I began practising as a criminal defence barrister in 2004, initially in Sydney, representing homeless and disadvantaged youth as a secondee to the Freehills Pro Bono law firm “Shopfront Youth Legal Centre”.
I then went on to work as an employed criminal barrister with Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service, based in Alice Springs, NT Australia.
198 Montreal Street, Christchurch
(03) 366 6870
I practice as a barrister and solicitor in Christchurch. I was admitted to the bar in 1999 and have a wide range of litigation experience. I worked for the leading law firm in the Channel Islands undertaking criminal and civil litigation before returning to practice law in Christchurch in 2004.
021 037 2052
I practice as a barrister sole. I work primarily in Canterbury and Otago. I have strong connections in both areas.
I have been a barrister for 4 years. I was a litigation partner at a prominent Christchurch law firm for 6 years prior to that. I maintain a general litigation practice in the areas of family, employment, civil and criminal. I am a court appointed lawyer for child, lawyer for subject person (for people who lack the capacity to make decisions) and lawyer to assist.