I am a Barrister specialising in Immigration Law practising in Auckland. I have been practising as a lawyer since 1997.
I obtained my law degree from University of London where I graduated in 1995 with an Upper Second Class Honours degree.
Following my migration to New Zealand in 1998, I commenced working for Corban Revell Lawyers in 2000 and began practice as a Barrister in 2006. I have consistently practised in the area of immigration and have experience across many aspects of the immigration field.
In 2003, I was involved in an immigration case which was highlighted by the media. A Pacific Islander overstayer was given a lifeline by Immigration Minister, allowing him to stay in New Zealand for kidney dialysis treatment.
Please see following links for details:
- 'Clark says Tuvalu patient's lifeline a one-off' - nzherald.co.nz
- 'Man's medical treatment in limbo' - tvnz.co.nz
- 'Ending treatment could be illegal' - tvnz.co.nz
I remain committed to assisting applicants in various aspects of Immigration Law and pride myself on providing first class legal advice along with excellent client care as an immigration barrister.