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Rachael Brown

Auckland, New Zealand Asia-Pacific Guide 2022 Ranked in 1 departments

Lawyer profile for Asia-Pacific 2022

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Asia-Pacific
Public Law - New Zealand

Band 3

Rachael Brown is a Wellington-based partner who assists clients across a wide range of public law-related issues, and is particularly noted for her handling of litigation, employment law and Māori-related mandates. Clients value her as a lawyer who is "clearly an expert in her field" and combines a willingness to "allow clients to choose how much guidance they want" with "not being afraid to tell it how it is and deliver hard truths," all within a context of "both immediate and long-term interests."
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