Being law Society president provides an immediate position of power, albeit one that may be
influenced with greater or lesser effectiveness depending upon the office-holder.
She’s a founding partner in the specialist employment law firm SBM Legal and been the New Zealand Law Society’s Auckland Vice-President and is a former convenor of the Law Society Employment Law Committee.
Kathryn Beck is relatively new to the position and follows the popular and effective predecessors in Chris Moore and Jonathan Temm QC.
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