A list of Panel lawyers in the Rotorua region.
You will have to apply for legal assistance, and meet the eligibility criteria, for one of these lawyers to be appointed.
Unit 1, 8 Marguerita Street, Rotorua
(07) 460 0433
I am of Ngati Pikiao and Ngati Makino descent, which are hapu that form part of the confederated tribes of Te Arawa Waka. I also have significant whakapapa relationships to the people of Tuhoe and Ngati Awa.
I am the Principal of Annette Sykes & Co which has a strong focus on all aspects of law as they affect Maori. I have been a committed human rights activists in a range of contexts and I am committed to effecting constitutional change to ensure that He Whakaputanga and Te Tiriti o Waitangi are embedded as the foundational constitutional documents of Aotearoa/New Zealand.
1268 Arawa Street, Rotorua
(07) 349 2924
Ka nui na mihi ki a koutou, my name is Stephanie Ngahuia Northey. I am of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tukorehe, Ngāi Te Rangi, Waitaha and Tūhoe descent.
I am an experienced Family Court lawyer based in Rotorua who works in all areas of Family Law. I am Lawyer for Child, Lawyer for Subject Person, Counsel to assist in Mental Health Court. I am also a member of the panel of lawyers approved to undertake work for the Central Authority (Ministry of Justice) in relation to applications under the Hague Convention on international Child Abduction & for the International Recovery of Maintenance.