Cassandra was on the New Lawyer podcast this week, talking about working as a barrister, her work in animal law, networking, academic writing and practising law with a chronic illness.
The podcast can be accessed here: http://thenewlawyer.co.nz/blog/episode31, Or find it on any podcast app.
On 26 February 2019, RNZ broadcast an interview with chambers member Christopher Griggs about Fiji’s military justice review and its importance for insuring compliance with the human rights guaranteed by Fiji’s Constitution.
Hear Christopher at 16:00.
Cassandra Kenworthy spoke to Newshub last week about the potential of a new GE alternative to 1080. Cassandra is an expert in Animal Law.
Barristers.Comm member, Christopher Griggs, is currently in Suva for initial meetings with Fiji’s Minister of Defence, National Security and Foreign Affairs, Chief Justice and senior officials of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces as part of a New Zealand Government-sponsored, Fiji-led initiative to reform Fiji’s military law. He will return to Wellington on 23 February 2019.
Captain Charlotte Greig NZALS, Commander Griggs, Hon Inia Seruiratu, HE Jonathan Curr (New Zealand High Commissioner to Fiji)
On 5 February 2019, chambers member Christopher Griggs was attested as a Commander in the Royal New Zealand Naval Reserve. Christopher has been appointed by the New Zealand Defence Force to lead its contribution to a root-and-branch reform of the military justice system of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces. While this work will take Christopher to Suva from time to time, he will do most of the work (and maintain the remainder of his practice) from Barristers.Comm in Wellington.
On 1 December 2018, past and present members of Barristers.Comm gathered at Tinakori Bistro to celebrate an eventful year at our annual Christmas dinner.
We marked Dr Graham Taylor’s retirement from practice as well as the imminent departure of our Secretary and Clerk, Anna Price. Anna has recently finished her legal studies. We also farewelled our most recent Rechtsreferendarin (German Intern), Laura Louca to whom we gave a pounamu to mark her time in New Zealand.